At Singapore Business Centre, we aim to make the setting up of your business a seamless and smooth process.

Our company registration packages will cater to the needs of all individuals to take that first step towards starting your own business.

Our suite of corporate secretarial services will complement the company registration process and enable business owners to have peace of mind and concentrate their business.

Basic Package

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  • ACRA Company Name Check & Reservation
  • ACRA Registration Fee
  • Company Business Profile
  • Company Constitution
  • First Board of Directors Resolution
Regular Package

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  • Everything in Basic Package + 12 months corporate secretary services
  • Upsize! Package $800
    (Recommended! Most Popular!):

    Everything in Regular Package + 12 months registered address service + SMS notice on mail received + 5 free ACRA transactions (excluding annual filing and transfer of shares)
Premium Package

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  • Everything in Upsize! Package + Common Seal + Mail e-forwarding

Useful Information on Company Formation in Singapore:
Incorporation Guide – Guide to starting a business in Singapore

Singapore Private Limited Company

A private limited company is a business entity registered under the Companies Act, Chapter 50. It has a legalpersonality i.e. it has rights to own properties, has perpetual succession and can sue or be sued in its own name. It usually has the words ‘Pte Ltd’ or ‘Ltd’ as part of its name.

Limited Liability Partnership

A Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a vehicle for doing business in Singapore. An LLP gives owners the flexibility of operating as a partnership while having a separate legal identity like a private limited company.

This means that the LLP is seen as a body corporate and has a legal personality separate from its partners. The LLP has perpetual succession, which means any change in the partners of an LLP will not affect its existence, rights or liabilities.

The partners of the LLP will not be held personally liable for any business debts incurred by the LLP. A partner may, however, be held personally liable for claims from losses resulting from his own wrongful act or omission, but will not be held personally liable for such wrongful acts or omissions of any other partner of the LLP.

An LLP is required to keep accounting records, profit and loss accounts and balance sheets that will sufficiently explain the transactions and financial position of the LLP. In the event the LLP does not do this, the LLP and every partner shall be prosecuted and the penalty may be a fine or imprisonment, or both. In addition, the LLP shall submit to the Registrar an annual declaration of solvency or insolvency (i.e. being able or unable to pay its debts respectively) which will be made available to the public.

Singapore Sole Proprietorship

A sole-proprietorship is a business owned by one person or one company. There are no partners. The sole-proprietor has absolute say in the running of the business.

Singapore Partnership

A partnership is a business firm formed by two to twenty partners. Once there are more than twenty partners, the partnership must be registered as a company under the Companies Act, Cap. 50.

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