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Start Up Romania

Start Up Romania

At the level of 2017, Romania registered a total of 525,660 companies. A large share of the businesses operating in Romania were registered in the services sector, as stated by the official data provided by the National Statistics Institute (INS). The services sector is also the largest employer of the country.

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StartUp your Business in Turkey

StartUp your Business in Turkey

Do you want to start up a business in Turkey? Foreigners who want to open a business must obtain a working permit from the Ministry of Labour, Family and Services before starting to work. Read below all you need to know to be a successful young entrepreneur in Turkey

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Success Factors

Success Factors

It’s very important to choose the right indicators in the evaluation of the startup: actionable indicators and not vanity indicators. For example, a supermarket can set a vanity indicator – number of customers, but an actionable indicator is the volume of revenue per day. The number of customers may increase, but they can buy considerably less in time.

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Successful Young Migrant Entrepreneurs boost Dutch and UK Economy

Successful Young Migrant Entrepreneurs boost Dutch and UK Economy

Successful Young Migrants Entrepreneurs boost Dutch and UK Economy. A study by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) found that immigrants are far more likely to be entrepreneurial than people born and brought up in the UK… Three times as much in fact. Figures from the Dutch Chamber of Commerce for 2015 show that one in five starters was not born in the Netherlands

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Young Migrant Entrepreneur Step-by-Step plan

Young Migrant Entrepreneur Step-by-Step plan

How to formally start your own business?; Where do you start? And what rules, laws and regulations you have to take into account? It’s the question that many starting entrepreneurs ask themselves. The YME Project has made a step-by-step plan to make you legally and officially ready for the start of your company in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Romania, Italy, Turkey. Below we tell you how to start up a business in Holland.

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