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Establishment guides

The Establishment guides offer information to international companies on how to set up and run a business in Sweden. The guides are tailor-made for the more established international company wishing to invest in Sweden.

 

Advantages of the Swedish business framework

  • No restrictions or disadvantages for foreign investors
  • Clear rules for employment and redundancy of employees
  • Competitive corporate tax framework

How to start and run a business in Sweden

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Skilled professionals, smooth business procedures and receptivity to international owner-ship make Sweden an easy country to operate in. ...

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Sweden presents ample opportunities for international franchisors. Franchising is a well-established business model, especially in the re...

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Attractive business opportunities, high transparency and uncomplicated legal and regulatory procedures underpin Sweden’s attractiveness t...

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Skilled professionals, smooth business procedures and receptivity to international owner-ship make Sweden an easy country to operate in. ...

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Sweden’s tax structure is transparent and efficient and designed to meet the needs of international investors. Companies can benefit from...

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Swedish commercial leases tend to be standardized and for relatively short periods, providing flexibility to business tenants. The physic...

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Swedish property law protects the interests of all parties – investors, creditors, tenants and the public. It strikes a good balance betw...

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Sweden offers an economical business cost environment, including competitive salary rates for highly qualified staff.

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A range of different employment forms, including contracts for trial periods, offer flexibility to employers. Clear and transparent rules...

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Sweden operates a tax relief scheme to help companies attract top international expertise to their Swedish operations. Certain key foreig...

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A limited liability company is the structure that foreign enterprises most often use when setting up business activities in Sweden. Inves...

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A foreign-based company can begin business activities in Sweden without opening a subsidiary by starting a branch. The branch is legally ...

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Sweden offers a framework of publicly funded social provision, ranging from pensions and healthcare to parental allowances and employment...