The tourism industry in Slovenia can offer attractive business opportunities, as the number of tourists is increasing. Investors interested to start a business in Slovenia in this field should know that the employees working in the coastal regions of the country are expecting a large number of foreign visitors, especially in the most famous coastal cities. Our team of lawyers in Slovenia can offer more details on the necessary permits that can be required when operating in this field, depending on the company’s business activities.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced that the Slovenian economy will grow by 3% throughout this year, an increase which represents a stronger prospect for 2017 than the original prediction, which situated the local economy at a growth of 1.8%. Businessmen interested in registering a company in Slovenia can have very attractive prospects in various fields and our team of Slovenian lawyers can offer legal assistance on the main legal framework regulating the local industries.
Doing business in Slovenia could offer numerous prospects for local and foreign investors. In 2016, the Slovenian companies increased their profits by almost 70% compared to the previous year. The overall profits (calculated on a net profit basis) amounted for EUR 3,187 billion. At the same time, it is important to know that the level of employment increased as well and our team of Slovenian lawyers can offer more information on the employment legislation applicable in this country.
Slovenia has made some changes to its VAT Act starting with 1 January 2015. The main changes concern the taxation for telecommunication services, administrative changes for the Customs and Tax Authorities and the manner in which foreign businesses conduct their activities in the telecommunication sector. Our attorneys in Slovenia can answer any additional question you might have if you are interested in investing in Slovenia and want to know more about the Value Added Tax.