Previously we met the company "Case, S.A.", as well as the desire of its partners, Tiago and João, to autonomise the different operational areas, structuring their business on a logic "a business area = an autonomous company."
At this moment all the activities are developed within "Case, S.A.". These entrepreneurs intend to restructure their business model. So how to do it, ensuring the optimization of processes, particularly at the economic-financial and tax level?
After contact with Tiago and João, UWU proposed to both a new structure, in a "Group" philosophy, having a "parent company" that functions as the holding company of the group, that is, as owner of the remaining companies (the existing ones and those to be created). Watch the video that we provide and understand, in detail, the process of creating this new business structure for Tiago and João.
If you have a situation similar to Tiago and João, do not hesitate to consult us. We will build, together with you, an optimised and properly personalised business structure.
"Case, S.A." has achieved significant success. Taking into account that it was founded only 3 years ago by Tiago and João, the company has already reached 300.000 euros of profit in this third year of activity, which confirms a sustained growth trajectory.
Tiago and João have been reflecting on their business, and intend to change some aspects. Structuring their business on a logic "a business area = an autonomous company" is one of the priorities.
Both consider that this will be the best way to ensure a more efficient management, and to boost the growth strengthening of the business. However they have many doubts on how to "set up" this business model.
At this moment all business areas are developed within "Case, S.A.", which both intend to change. So how to do it, ensuring the optimization of processes, particularly at the economic-financial and tax level?
Tiago and João contacted UWU in order to get help in "designing" a new business structure for their business. Let's get to know our proposal...
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