Starting a company
Choose the legal structure of your company, such as a sole proprietorship, partnership, or limited liability company (ApS). The most common choice for startups is the ApS due to its limited liability and flexibility. To register your company, visit the Danish Business Authority (danishbusinessauthority.dk), fill out the necessary forms, provide the required documentation, and pay the registration fee.
After registering your company, you'll receive a CVR number (Central Business Register number), which is your company's tax identification number. You'll need this to conduct business and fulfill your tax obligations. Look for a reputable accountant or accounting firm experienced in handling business taxes and financial matters, as they can assist you with tax compliance, bookkeeping, payroll and financial reporting.
Familiarize yourself with local regulations and compliance requirements related to your industry. Certain industries may have specific licensing or permitting requirements. Also consider obtaining business insurance to protect your company from potential risks and liabilities.