It is comparatively easy to establish a company in Turkey. The paperwork and legislation takes mostly two weeks. However, before setting up the company it is highly advised to think of all the options, advantages and disadvantages of all types.
Unico gives you the opportunity to discuss all options with legal and fiscal advisors.
It is also possible to use our ‘virtual offices’ option if you are in a market study stage.

Setting Up a Company

All corporate forms are open to foreigners in Turkey and here are the different options:

1. Joint Stock company A.S,
2. Limited liability company L.S,
3. Commandite company,
4. Collective company,
5. Cooperative company
1. Joint venture,
2. Business association,
3. Consortium.