Servcorp provides a one-stop shop solution with tailored service packages for businesses looking to establish within Singapore.
To start doing business in Singapore, a company must first be incorporated with ACRA (Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority). The basic requirements for incorporating a business are:
- An approved business name
- A company business address
- A minimum of one director who is an ordinarily resident in Singapore
A Servcorp Address Package allows you to position your business with a quality image when you incorporate with one of our five 5-star CBD addresses in Singapore, including mail and courier management.
Because your location matters
Businesses like to know where their suppliers are based. Don't risk your first impression with a PO box or a home address. Our Address Package allows you to grow your business with:
- A prestigious address for your business cards and company correspondence
- Mail and courier management services to ensure you can receive your mail, no matter where you are
- Worldwide complimentary access to any executive coworking lounge for up to 1 hour per day
- Secure high speed Wi-Fi in coworking lounge and private offices
Including the standard Servcorp 5-star benefits:
- Membership flexibility with easy month-by-month contracts
- No security deposit when paying with a credit card
- Access to a personal assistant for regular or last-minute tasks
- First month free, with no further obligation
Packages to help with your Company Registration
SGD80 / Month
SGD200 / Month
Virtual Office Package
Types of Company Registration
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