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Doing Business In Grenada

July 2, 2015

If you’re ready to do business in Grenada, incorporate your local company or register a branch of an overseas company in Grenada, then you’ll need to consider a few things:

Will you be operating as a sole proprietor or partnership; a limited liability or a non-profit company? Will you have employees or be subject to Value Added Tax?

Once you identify the type of entity you’ll be operating, whether sole proprietor or company, this entity is required to be registered or incorporated at Grenada’s Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property Office.

If you’re ready to do business in Grenada, incorporate your local company or register a branch of an overseas company in Grenada, then you’ll need to consider a few things:

Will you be operating as a sole proprietor or partnership; a limited liability or a non-profit company? Will you have employees or be subject to Value Added Tax?

Once you identify the type of entity you’ll be operating, whether sole proprietor or company, this entity is required to be registered or incorporated at Grenada’s Corporate Affairs and Intellectual Property Office.