Starting a business in a foreign country might be easier than you think. For example, in New Zealand, you can form a business in a single day with minimal paperwork.
Did you know that in Panama and Chile, setting up a business involves six or seven procedures and can take less than two weeks?
In Portugal, the process can take as little as five days and involve as little as five procedures, but the general economic prospects in Portugal are not so promising.
In Singapore and Hong Kong, setting up a business involves three procedures which can be completed in three days.
Find a business professional or an attorney who will assist you with the registration procedure.
Starting your own business overseas will definitely require careful consideration, but with under $1,000 USD (even under $100 USD in some places), becoming your own boss might not be as hard as you might think.
Editor's Note: Things change quickly. New opportunities emerge, while others disappear. This is why it's so important to have the most up-to-date and accurate information possible. Local business professionals keep up with the latest on the best options for starting a business in their country.