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Starting business, for selling once a year?

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Starting business, for selling once a year?

Post by sydneyams » Tue, 31 Jul 2007 10:36 pm


I am currently doing research for my new small business (Ltd.) located in the United Kingdom. I am researching the possibilities of giving communication training courses once a year in Singapore.

Sales will occur via online credit card payment on our website. Customers can be from Singapore, other asian countries, or around the world.

Considering it is a once a year affair, I wonder how the best way to go about it is. Or if it is maybe too much trouble then it's worth. When I read the Entrepass posts, I am thinking that's waaay to much trouble for selling in singapore once a year.

1. I want to stay legal.
2. How much are taxes? Do I need to declare income and sales tax?
3. Start local representation on our own. Or perhaps via an agent? Another way to sell once a year training in Singapore?
4. Where to find a good agent? (Would they be willing to work on a commision base?)
5. What else do I need to know?


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Post by arkman » Fri, 03 Aug 2007 1:35 am

look for some business advisors better..

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