As the highly progressive economy of India is rather vast and varied, almost all sorts of business entities are inevitably present in India, for doing businesses in diverse sectors of its economy. In ours this webpage, we are presenting exclusive information about the different types of business entities in India, which are located in all across the entire country. Ours well-established and worldwide well-connected full-service law firm is now a thriving and reputed law firm of India, which has been extending superb, swift, economical, and responsible legal services to establishment and growth of businesses in all sectors of economy, for over a decade.
Here, it is pertinent to note that, a business entity is any small or big enterprise, company, or firm which is engaged in any manufacturing, commercial, industrial, professional, or service activities, anywhere in the country. Such a profit-making business entity (as opposed to the non-profit-making entities) could be active at regional, national, or international level, in any economic field.
In the following section, we are providing information only about the most common and popular, significant, and highly preferred business entities in India, for doing secured and rather profitable businesses in the broad sectors of manufacturing, business and commerce, professions, and services.
Types of Business Entities in India
- The Private Limited Companies
- Sole Proprietorships
- Public Limited Companies
- One Person Company
- Limited Liability Partnership Companies
- Unlimited Companies
- Wholly-owned Subsidiaries of foreign companies
- Joint Venture Companies
- Branch and Liaison Offices of foreign Corporations
Our company and corporate lawyers of international service-experience and repute have been helping Indian and global clients, in setting up of these all types of business entities in India, at the desired place. In addition to services for company formation and registration, they also offer services for efficient and secure business establishment, management, and growth.The areas of the law which are closely connected with doing businesses, and well-served by us, are:
- Company and Corporate Law
- Business and Commercial Law,
- Labor and Employment Law,
- Corporate Taxation and Insurance
- Maritime and Admiralty Law
- Capital Market
- FDI in India,
- International Business and Trade
- Intellectual Property Laws,
- Corporate Restructuring
... and so on.