Enterprisers who want to start a business in Malta without too much hustle can open various types of companies in the retail industry. From small deli shops to larger FMCG companies, retail businesses can thrive in the cities and towns of Malta. However, the retail industry is not only about setting up physical stores, as during the last several years these have moved to the online environment.
Investors seeking to open an online shop in Malta have the same options as those who create physical ones. Our lawyers in Malta can offer information on the laws governing the online retail industry.
The first thought that comes to one’s mind when deciding to open a Maltese online store is the money saved on renting or buying a property to host the shop, as well as savings made with some of the utilities.
When it comes to the products to be sold in an online shop in Malta, these do not differ too much from the ones sold in supermarkets. However, the variety of goods is not that large, when referring to a small family business.
Even if the Maltese business will carry out its activities in the online environment, it does not mean the company registration process can be skipped. The owner must still register a company with the Trade Register and apart from this, he or she will also buy and register a domain name, create a website and obtain special licenses related to the sale of the products. The business license for the company is also compulsory.
Our law firm in Malta can assist with the registration procedure for the company which will host the online store.
Even if selling goods and even services online seems simpler, Maltese online shops must comply with certain Internet regulations and consider aspects like:
If you want to open an online shop in Malta and need assistance, please contact us. Our Maltese lawyers can also explain the internet legislation applicable in this country.
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