French Business 101 Webinar - Making Choices & Understanding Taxes

By Valérie Aston on 7 March 2024 · Viewed 621 times · Questions

Choosing the right legal structure for your business in France is a tough thing to do. Especially when you've never heard about it before or have found little reliable information in English. This is why I've created a webinar on this complec topic. Make sure to book your seat.

You've decided to freelance or start a small business in France, but you are not quite sure which business type to go for. Should you go for a sole trader "entreprise individuelle" or an incorporated business "une société"? What can you choose from, what makes sense for your project and how much taxes will you pay?

Or you might have has a micro entrepreneur business for a few year and feeling ready to move the next thing up! But what should you go for: a EURL/SARL or a SAS/SASU? WHat can help you make the right decision, while avoiding bad surprises?

This 1-hour live webinar will help you:

  • Understand the difference between micro entrepreneur, entreprise individuelle réél simplifié.
  • See the difference between EURL, SARL, SAS and SASU.
  • Know what to pay attention to.
  • Have a better idea of taxes.

Who is this French Business 101 Webinar for:

  • You are about to create your 1st business in France.
  • You want to look at other alternatives than the micro-entrepreneur.
  • Your business is developing and you want to come out of the micro entrepreneur.
  • You are going into business with a partner.

Watch the webinar now - Book your seat.

French Business 101 Webinar - Making Choices & Understanding Taxes

Valerie Lemiere: Start Business in France

About the author: Valérie Aston

I've been helping people who want to start or already have a small business set up in France since 2009. After graduating from a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree, I worked as a senior marketing consultant in the UK and France for various International companies. I worked as a conseillère en création d'entreprises (senior business advisor) for BGE here in France and run this independent business on a daily basis.