Consulting for startups who want to expand into new European markets
An increasing number of startups from Switzerland and abroad want to expand into new European markets, and are looking for ways to market their products and services there.
We work with startups in countries such as Greece, Spain, Switzerland and Germany, and assist young entrepreneurs in successfully maneuvering the legal, economic, cultural and sometimes linguistic challenges in the destination country. We pride ourselves in successfully helping dozens of startups enter the market in a third country.
Our team speaks English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Greek and Portuguese.
Most of our clients are from the following industries:
- Legal advice
Legal Advice for Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs)
Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs), just like for-profit firms, must ensure that they are
legally organized and secured, and that their activities are always within the
legal framework. Another area in which Glentry supports this client base is fundraising for projects and procurement of financial resources.
This includes consultation, analysis, planning and implementation of fundraising. It's not just about the traditional fundraising, but rather about the general procurement of resources. These can be supplied by individuals, businesses, foundations and public institutions.
Additional services we provide in the NPO field are training and implementation of social skills, often referred to as “soft skills”. In the dynamic working world, skills such as assertiveness and adaptability are as important as getting the job done. An NPO with workers who can quickly adapt to new circumstances, and who excel at dealing with challenges, can achieve its goals in a more efficient way.
Consulting and support for company foundations in Switzerland
A growing number of startups from abroad are interested in the Swiss market, and are looking for appropriate ways to market their products and services in the country.
We work with startups in countries like Greece, Spain and Germany and help them with the legal, economic and cultural aspects.
In 2017 there were 43,453 new entries in the Swiss commercial register - a 5% increase from the previous year. This indicates, among other things, the leap in the popular trend of self-employment.
If you too are interested in starting a business, the natural question of which legal form to register as (GmbH, AG, sole proprietorship etc.) arises. Additional issues are preparation of a business plan, funding and other aspects which need to be carefully planned. We help you review these aspects, and guide you through the process of starting a company.