Businesses may be in form of a company, a proprietor or a partnership.
You need to come up with a name to give the intended business, which is done through the platform of the Registrar of Companies using E-citizen Portal.
Once the name is reserved, the process of registration commences.
The Registrar of Companies is also responsible for business registrations in Kenya.
He/she issues certificates of compliance for foreign companies, certificates of incorporation for local companies and certificates of registration for sole proprietorships and partnerships.
Once the process of registration is complete, there are other registration with other bodies which should be done as follows:
The various county governments in Kenya are responsible for issuing single business permits to the various business types operating within the counties. The type of business permit to be issued depends on factors such as the geographical location of the business, the business type, activities of the business among others.
After complying with all the above here are some of the things to keep in mind:
At Jamii Capital we care and are very much willing to help you start up a business and walk with you in your daily operations.