Opening an Office in Bromley

International business looking to expand operations and open a new branch of their company in the UK should take a number of important factors into consideration. You will be required to register with Companies House and the HMRC, keep up to date accounts, apply for the relevant business licences and pay VAT. You will also need to engage suitable employees and find the ideal premises for your business.

Being a former market town, trade and commerce have always been important in Bromley. Today this town is a major commercial hub. There are more than 13,000 businesses that provide employment to over 130,000 people. Apart from retail, the most important economic sectors are banking, insurance, and finance, distribution, hospitality, and construction. Some large companies with headquarters in Bromley are Bank of America, Capital Business Services, and RBS. The area is served by trains and Thameslink connections at Bromley South and Bromley North stations. Bromley College is near the town centre.

You will be spoilt for choice when looking for the ideal office space in London's Bromley area.

UK accountants are vital in order to ensure compliance with tax laws, VAT payments and payroll and to ensure that the appropriate minimum of tax is paid on a business.

Companies looking to import and export goods to and from the UK should be aware of all the legal requirements including customs tariffs and trade legislation.

It is advisable to thoroughly screen all prospective staff before selecting the ideal employees for you business.

There are a wealth of financial and advisory services available in London.