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The first and the foremost thing while registering a startup company is by Choosing a Company name and Registering it.
1. Incorporating the business
You must first incorporate the business as a Private Limited Company or a Partnership firm or a Limited Liability Partnership
You have to follow all the normal procedures for registration of any business like obtaining certificate of Incorporation/Partnership registration, PAN and other required compliance's.
2. Register with Startup India
Then the business must be registered as a startup. The entire process is simple and online. All you need to do, is log on to the Startup India website and fill up the form with details of your business and upload certain documents.
3. Register The Website
A registered business must have a registered domain name which can be registered by any of the renowned domain registration companies.
It's important as a business you establish its virtual presence. In the digital age you should have the wit to prioritise the importance of digital transformation. If you are a product based company then maintaining a digital presence is of high priority. Online commerce has significantly changed the way we do business. People prefer to place an order online rather to middle with process of visiting a physical store and purchase.
Receiving Documents & Apply, DIN & DSC 1-2 Days
Drafting MOA and AOA electronically in Spice MOA (INC-33) and Spice AOA (INC-34) 3-5 Days
Submission of Spice Form INC-32 along with link Form Spice MOA (INC-33) and Spice AOA (INC-34) 6 to 9 Days
Certificate Of Incorporation, PAN & TAN 10 to 12 Days
The Director required to be above 18 years of age and must be a natural person. He may or may not be citizen or residence of India. We can say that even a foreign nationals can be Directors in Indian Private Limited Company.
The Unique Number is required to allot to an Individual which remains valid for whole life of the individual and is required to become director of any company.
The director has been entrusted with the responsibility of managing the company in the best efficient manner. The responsibility of a director depends upon the kind of directorship he holds in the company. For instance, an executive director or a managing director has greater responsibility than a non-executive director who might hold the directorship as an expert or consultant. A director is liable for misconduct or fraud or if found guilty of default.
A Company can own and enjoy property in its own name, neither the members are not owners of the company's property and nor the members have insurable interest in the property of the company.