A Business in France


Using tradesmenMore and more Brits are moving abroad to start a new life in warmer and (hopefully) cheaper climes. Many aspire to running their own businesses, if only they knew how.

Starting a business in France is not as difficult as it sounds, as long as you have the right advice - including a guide to the local bureaucracy, official procedures, and political etiquette of dealing with French authorities - and an understanding of French business practice.

Linden Cole explains how set your business up, and how to make a success of it once it is up and running.. 

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