There is no doubt that setting up a new business has many pitfalls. Setting one up in a foreign country has many more. Language, regulations, employment law and taxation are just four and all different to what you might already know from home. You can find individual local experts to help you and here in Slovenia the government agency Spirit Slovenia will offer many pointers and overall advice but you are still totally responsible and they cannot do everything for you. However there are agencies who can work with you on all of these issues and what's more, if you put everything under one roof the skills you need will communicate between each other to ensure a best possible result. I spoke with Alja Arko a consultant responsible for working with foreign companies from the agency Data in Ljubljana who have been advising such companies for 28 years.
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