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After Register

If you have successfully registered your business, you will receive an email from ACRA, which serves as the official certificate of incorporation in Singapore and contains your company's Unique Entity Number (UEN). Your company is required to include the UEN on all business letters, statements of account, invoices, official notices and other publications. You can also obtain your Company Business Profile from ACRA's website (a small fee applies), containing information such as company name and UEN, corporation date, business activities, registered address, shareholders' details, etc.

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1. Basic requirements if you are a foreign individual or company

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4. Other Information

Thinking of working in Singapore or hiring foreign workers? Check out the various work passes:

Moving on to other ventures? We can help you close down businesses through a proper process. Find out more here.

Are you notarising or legalising important documents? Here's how:

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2. Business Structure

What types of business structure can you register if you are a foreign individual or company? Consider the pros and cons of the different options:

Are you a Foreign Individual / Company

If you are a foreign individual or company planning to start a business in Singapore, there are more things to prepare in addition to the usual incorporation documentation. On this page, we have put together a checklist of what you need to know or do.