There has been a recent spurt in India’s startup culture. Simply put, a startup is a new business venture which introduces a new product or service in the market. To boost the economy, the Indian government has encouraged start-ups through various schemes and laws, one of them being the Startup India Registration.
Upon receiving your request for availing of our Start-Up Registration services through the form on this page, Takelegal.in’s representative will reach out to you directly for further details on your proposed business and run you through the registration process.
Before registering under the ‘Start-Up India’ programme, your business must be duly incorporated. If you have not yet incorporated your business, Takelegal.in’s team can assist you with your company’s incorporation.
Takelegal.in’s representative will supply you with a document checklist to ensure that all your documents are in order to begin registration. Our representative will fill out the requisite details and initiate your registration.
It is recommended that every start-up registers with the Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) to benefit from relaxed norms and procedures. Our representative will also fill out the requisite details with the DPIIT and initiate your registration.
Start-Up registration requires a number of documents to be submitted by the company. Thus, Takelegal.in advises you to submit to us the following documents at the earliest:
Incorporation or Registration certificate of the company
Yes. A business must be registered as a private limited company or a limited liability partnership before being registered as a start-up.
No. Since the entire process is online, your physical presence is not required during your start-up’s registration.