ICCP’s Dayanan Offers a Hassle-Free Way to Establish a Business in the Philippines
The Dayanan International Business Consultancy Services Inc., a member of the Israel Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (ICCP), offers the expertise requisite in business registration and bookkeeping, as well as visa and immigration needs.
These complexities are the things that concern many a business, so much so that it can get in the way of operations, and Dayanan presents the ideal solutions, customized for businesses to ensure focus on building success in the Philippines.
Dayanan president Jake Gacus and directors David Elefant and Gemma Dayanan have the experiences, mastery, and specialties needed in managing a business. Among the few aspects that the top executives can help investors with to have a hassle-free way of setting up a business in the Philippines are in facilitating telecommunications and construction supplies, and going around red tape and bureaucracy.
The Core Services of Dayanan:
- Business Registration – Dayanan is motivated to work with local and foreign groups in accomplishing their Philippines Business Registration. Dayanan does this by studying and providing the best strategies in doing business in the country. From determining the corporate structure to coordinating with the SEC, Department of Trade and Industry, Bureau of Internal Revenue, SSS, HDMF, Phil-Health, as well as securing local business permits and licensing, DBC ensures guidance and assistance for hassle-free operations.
- Bookkeeping Services – There are regulations, such as those imposed by the Philippines Bureau of Internal Revenue, which businesses have to comply with in evaluating their financial standing. DBC, with their team of registered, certified public accountants and efficient accounting software, carries out and assures the accuracy, reliability, and clarity of business financial records with a range of bookkeeping services.
- Visa and Immigration – Foreign investors and working expats, who are seeking to either set up a business or simply visit the Philippines, have to be certain with the type of visa or alien employment permit they need to secure from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). DBC’s Accredited Visa and Immigration Consultants can provide assistance in the processing of the required documents needed by the Bureau of Immigration and the DOLE.
Getting Started on Starting Up
To open and operate a business in the Philippines, interested investors and clients may reach out to Dayanan International Business Consultancy Services Inc. at LG1 Cityland III, 105 V.A. Rufino St., Legaspi Village, Makati City. They can also call the company at +63-2-5768476 or visit their contact page.