Ghent has a huge selection of choices when it comes to cosy places to enjoy a great coffee. But what if you’re looking for a place to work for the day? What if you’re an independent, but are tired of staring at the same four walls of your home office?
Now is is a great time to start a business in Belgium and in Ghent. There are so many startup supporters available at the moment, enabling new businesses to start and grow in various ways.
Startersfabriek aims to bundle all the starters and startup activities together. The three main activities of
In this post you will find information about how to register a business in Ghent and Belgium. It includes tips about the paperwork and administration needed for setting yourself up as self employed or as a freelancer (zelfstandig, eenmanzaak) in Ghent. It also includes a reference to a governmental source
Sharing economy is the buzzword of this decade. It mostly refers to peer-to-peer platforms that allow people to obtain services or goods from fellow citizens, or to earn some money on the side by renting out their skills or property to perfect strangers.
Here is a short overview of the platforms
When you know you are eligible to start a business in Gent, the next step is to chose what kind of company form you use for trading your products or services... This post is about choosing your company form and it compares mainly freelancing with starting a company with limited
This information is especially for foreigners who want to set up a business in Ghent.
If you have Belgian nationality, or you are from one of the Member States of the European Economic Area (European Union, Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein) or Switzerland, you are eligible to set up a business in