Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) are an important part of the economy in Thailand, contributing significantly to employment and economic growth. According to the Ministry of Industry, SMEs account for approximately 99% of all businesses in Thailand and employ over 80% of the workforce.

If you plan to start the SME company in Thailand, here are some key things to consider:

Business registration: You will need to register your business with the Department of Business Development (DBD) under the Ministry of Commerce. The registration process includes obtaining a business name, obtaining a taxpayer identification number (TIN), and obtaining a value-added tax (VAT) registration number if applicable.

Legal structure: You will need to determine the legal structure of your business, such as a sole proprietorship, partnership, or company limited by shares. Each legal structure has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to seek legal advice before making a decision. Most of choosing type is “company limited” due to cheapest, fasterest and some tax’s incentive is allowed.

Tax and accounting: You will need to comply with tax laws and regulations in Thailand, including registering for VAT and filing tax returns. It is recommended to hire an accountant to help you manage your finances and comply with tax laws.

Hiring employees: If you plan to hire employees, you will need to comply with labor laws and regulations in Thailand, including minimum wage requirements, social security contributions, and work permits for foreign employees.

Starting an SME company in Thailand can be challenging, but with careful planning and preparation, it can also be a rewarding and profitable endeavor. It is recommended to seek professional advice and guidance to help you navigate the legal and regulatory requirements and ensure the success of your business.

Panwa Group, we can serve for registration a SME company and be finished within 5 working days, you can visit our main page for company registration at:

We would kindly like to inform that in substitution of the celebration of Visakha Bucha, we are taking some day off from our regular working schedule and we will not be working on June 5, 2023 (Monday). We will be back to work on June 6, 2023 (Tuesday).

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