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Wyoming

Best state in the U.S. for remote businesses, very liberal Corporation Law, no restrictions on any business activities.

Delaware

More than 60% of Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware. Great for technology companies, favored by VCs.

Nevada

Good for small, privately held companies, has expensive Business License and Initial List filing requirements.

Shanghai

Shanghai has been described as the “showpiece” of the booming economy of China. The city is a global center for finance and innovation, and a national center for commerce, trade, and transportation, with the world’s busiest container port—the Port of Shanghai.

Learn more about incorporating in Shanghai.

Yiwu

Yiwu is famous in China as a commodities centre. Yiwu’s China Small-Commodity Market has for six consecutive years topped China’s 100 top open markets and was for successive years listed as “China’s civilized open market”.

Learn more about incorporating in Yiwu.

Guangzhou

Guangzhou is the main manufacturing hub of the Pearl River Delta, one of mainland China’s leading commercial and manufacturing regions. In 2021, its GDP reached ¥2,823 billion (US$444.37 billion in nominal), making it the 2nd largest economy in the South-Central China region after Shenzhen.

Learn more about incorporating in Guangzhou.

Beijing

As of 2021, Beijing was ranked first globally in terms of “Global City Competitiveness” in the 2020–2021 Global Urban Competitiveness Report. Beijing is also a large hub of the Chinese and global technology industry and ranked as having the strongest global startup ecosystem in the whole of Asia-Oceania region, ranking third globally by the Global Startup Ecosystem Index.

Learn more about incorporating in Beijing.

Shenzhen

In the 2021 Global Financial Centres Index, Shenzhen was ranked as having the 8th most competitive and largest financial center in the world and 6th in the whole of Asia & Oceania region (after Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing, and Tokyo). As of 2020, Shenzhen is ranked as an Alpha- (global first-tier) city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network and ranked as having the 8th most competitive and largest financial center in the world.

Learn more about incorporating in Shenzhen.

Foshan

Foshan had a ¥0.8 trillion gross domestic product in 2015, raising its per capita GDP past $10,000. Shunde District in particular has a high standard of living, with its 3,000+ electronical appliance factories responsible for more than half of the world’s air conditioners and refrigerators. Foshan now has more than 30 towns specialized in particular industries, including furniture, machinery, and beverages.

Learn more about incorporating in Foshan.

Seoul

Seoul is the business and financial hub of South Korea. Seoul has been described as the world’s “most wired city”, ranked first in technology readiness by PwC’s Cities of Opportunity report.

Singapore

One of most important and safest jurisdictions in the world for doing business, great for Fintech companies. Learn more.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s reputation as a global leader for doing business is extremely firm, great banks, easy to incorporate. Learn more.

Canada

Starting a business in Canada comes with a lot of advantages, especially for those who want to immigrate to Canada and settle in this beautiful country. Learn more

Indonesia

Registering a company in Indonesia gives you access to the South East Asian market, which has a population of 682,512,522 as of August 2022. Also with the popularity of remote working, thousands of “digital nomads” are moving to Bali and offering their freelancing services to their global clients.

Japan

Starting a business or opening their subsidiaries in Japan opens many doors and opportunities to entrepreneurs and companies. It’s no secret that Japan is synonymous with quality and innovation.

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