Experience Hassle-Free Incorporation Service in Singapore with Grof

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How to Incorporate Your Company in Singapore?

Step 1: Choose Your Business
Whether it's an LLC or a partnership, Grof's expert navigators will chart your course through the business registration landscape with wisdom and care.
Step 2: Collecting the Pieces
We collect and align each piece meticulously, ensuring a seamless assembly of your company's legal framework.
Step 3: Ignition and Lift-off
Post-approval, Grof helps launch your business account, setting the stage for a smooth financial voyage.

Why Choose Grof’s Incorporation Services in Singapore?

Grof’s incorporation services in Singapore take just 1 to 3 days, freeing you to focus on business growth while we navigate the maze of compliance and registration, delivering a tailored experience to lift the weight off your shoulders.
100% Online Processes
From the comfort of your home, we guide you through every step.
Reliable Expert Guidance
Our seasoned advisors offer insights to put your business on the right track.
Transparent Pricing
We believe in clear communication, so you'll always know what you're paying for.
Discover Your Perfect Business Name with Grof
Your company name is more than a label – it's the first step towards building a unique identity in the marketplace. With Grof's company incorporation services in Singapore, we ensure that finding your perfect company name is a seamless and secure process. We hold your privacy in the highest regard and guarantee the confidentiality of your information.
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Launch Your Business Journey Effortlessly
Launching your business should be thrilling, not taxing. Explore Grof's company incorporation services in Singapore to get your business off the ground with minimal fuss and maximum excitement.
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Perfect if you have a local (SG/PR) as Director.
Select your numbers of shareholders:
1 Shareholder
S$ 600
What is included in package
Comprehensive Secretary
[Free] Business Account Setup
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Tailored support for start-ups from day one!
Select your numbers of shareholders:
1 Shareholder
S$ 1,100
What is included in package
Comprehensive Secretary
Annual Essential Accountant
[Free] Business Account Setup

Frequently Asked Questions

Uncover the answers to your most pressing inquiries right here.

Do I need to come to your office to set up a company?


No need to visit our office—start your company setup fully online. Got questions through the setup? Just give us a shout, and we’ll guide you from start to finish, all from the serenity of your home.

How quickly can my company be incorporated?


With Grof’s proprietary onboarding platform, the process has never been easier. Once completed, incorporating a company typically takes 1-2 working days. If ACRA decides to take a closer peek, it might take a tad longer, but we'll be with you every step of the way.

Can I be a director or shareholder if I hold a Work Permit/S-Pass?


We wish we had better news, but alas, S Pass or Work Permit holders can’t manage or own parts of any business in Singapore. It’s a bummer, we know. If you’re interested in exploring more about the Employment Pass application and its requirements, read: Every Type Of Work Passes You Should Know in Singapore

Is appointing a company secretary necessary?


Absolutely, it's not just necessary; it's required by law. You need to appoint a Company Secretary within 6 months of incorporating your company. They play a crucial role in ensuring your company meets all legal and regulatory obligations. 

Can I take on the role of company secretary myself? What does a company secretary do?


If you're living in Singapore and you're not the only director, then yes, you can assume the role of Company Secretary. However, it's important that whoever takes on this role is fully aware of the company's statutory obligations requirements, such as Annual General Meetings (AGM), ACRA Annual Return, IRAS ECI, and Form C-S.

What is an Annual General Meeting (AGM) and how is it linked to my Annual Return Filing (AR)?


Your AGM is a mandatory yearly requirement for all Singapore companies where you share the company's financial health and address key matters with shareholders. After your AGM, you'll file an Annual Return (AR) to confirm you've met all statutory requirements for the year. Learn more about the statutory requirements here.

Where can I learn more about starting a company in Singapore?


We've got just the resources for you:

Check them out to get a comprehensive overview of what to expect and how to prepare.

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