Company formation & management services

We are dedicated to simplifying the process of company formation and management in Estonia.

Our range of services is designed to meet your needs, whether you’re starting a new business or seeking support in managing an existing one.

Company formation

Registered office

Tax registration

Administrative support

Business advisory

Company formation

Starting a company in Estonia is straightforward, whether or not you have ID or e-residency cards. You can establish a private limited company online or with assistance from an Estonian notary if you don’t possess these cards.

Remote authentication via video link is also an option. For added convenience, you can authorize our representative to assist with company formation.

Furthermore, when you subscribe to any of our accounting plans, they include free company formation services.

Registered office

Our registered office service in Estonia comprises three distinct components: address service, contact person service, and virtual office service. Appointing a contact person is mandatory in specific cases in Estonia, while the other services are aimed at facilitating remote management of your company.

Additionally, when you subscribe to any of our accounting plans, they include free registered office services.

Legal compliance

Legal compliance services encompass various activities aimed at helping your business operate within the bounds of the law.

This includes analyzing and interpreting relevant regulations, assessing compliance levels, facilitating communication with regulatory authorities, staying updated on legal changes, and providing legal support when needed.

Tax registration

Our tax registration services encompass a wide range of procedures designed to simplify and facilitate the process of registering and declaring taxes for both businesses and individuals.

These services cover various aspects of tax compliance to ensure that your tax-related responsibilities are met effectively and efficiently.

Administrative support

Administrative support services encompass a wide array of tasks and assistance to streamline operations and enhance productivity for your business.

These services include email management, document preparation, phone handling, filing, translation, and more. They help alleviate your administrative burdens, allowing for a more focused approach to core activities.

Business advisory

With an in-depth knowledge of the Estonian business landscape, we serve as your navigators within the Estonian entrepreneurial ecosystem.

We leverage our extensive network and expertise to connect you with the right resources, fostering collaborations and insights that are instrumental in achieving your business objectives.


If none of the services mentioned in our pricing list meet your specific requirements, please feel free to contact us.

In cases where we do not offer a service you currently need, we have a broad network of partners whom we can refer you to, ensuring that you find a suitable solution for your needs.

Accounting services

In addition to our company formation & management services, we can assist you with accounting.


Address service: This service provides you with a physical business address in Estonia. It allows your company to have a professional business address for official purposes, like registration and mail handling (receiving and forwarding), even if you don’t physically operate from that location.

Contact person service: This service involves appointing a contact person who serves as a point of contact between your company and the authorities. In some cases it’s mandatory by law in Estonia. The contact person’s role is to receive official documents and notices on behalf of your company and forward them to you promptly.

Virtual office service: A virtual office service combines both address and contact person services along with additional features. In addition to a business address and contact person, it includes phone answering and forwarding.

Estonian e-residency is a digital identity program offered by the government of Estonia. It enables individuals from around the world to access various online services and conduct business activities in Estonia without physically residing in the country.

E-residents receive a government-issued digital ID card, allowing them to sign documents electronically, establish and manage companies, access online banking, and use other digital services.

The e-residency program helps to solve several challenges, including:

  1. Access to international markets: One of the primary challenges faced by many entrepreneurs and business owners is the difficulty of accessing international markets. The e-residency program provides a secure and convenient way for entrepreneurs to establish and operate an Estonian company remotely, which can help them access new markets and expand their business globally.
  2. Remote business management: Another challenge faced by many entrepreneurs is the difficulty of managing a business remotely. The e-residency program provides access to a range of digital tools and services that make it easier to manage a business from anywhere in the world, without the need for a physical presence in Estonia.
  3. Reducing bureaucracy: The e-residency program simplifies the process of establishing and operating a company in Estonia, reducing bureaucracy and streamlining the process for entrepreneurs.
  4. Improving financial services: The e-residency program provides access to a range of financial services, including online banking and payment processing, which can help entrepreneurs manage their finances more efficiently and securely.
  5. Enhancing security: The e-residency program uses advanced security measures, including two-factor authentication and digital signatures, to protect the identity and data of e-residents, making it a safe and secure way to conduct business online.

To establish an Estonian company using Estonian e-residency, a foreign citizen must meet the following conditions:

  1. Be at least 18 years old: The e-residency program is only available to individuals who are at least 18 years old.
  2. Pass a background check: All applicants must undergo a background check as part of the application process.
  3. Obtain an Estonian digital ID card: Applicants must obtain an Estonian digital ID card, which is used to access Estonia’s digital services, including establishing and operating an Estonian company.
  4. Choose a legal form for the company: Applicants must choose a legal form for their company, such as a private limited company (OÜ) or a sole proprietorship (FIE).
  5. Register the company: Applicants must register their company with the Estonian Business Register and obtain a registration number.
  6. Have a business address in Estonia: Applicants must have a business address in Estonia, which can be a virtual office or a physical office space.

Once these conditions are met, the foreign citizen can establish and operate an Estonian company remotely using Estonian e-residency.

Legal compliance: Legal compliance refers to adhering to all applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to statutes, and other legal requirements.

It encompasses a broader spectrum of rules and obligations, which may include contracts, intellectual property laws, employment laws, and more. Legal compliance ensures that a company operates within the boundaries of the entire legal framework.

Regulatory compliance: Regulatory compliance, on the other hand, specifically pertains to adhering to government-imposed rules and regulations that are set forth by regulatory authorities. These regulations are typically industry-specific and govern certain aspects of a business, such as financial services, healthcare, or environmental standards.

Regulatory compliance focuses on ensuring that a company meets the specific requirements set by regulatory agencies within its industry.

Remote authentication in Estonia allows notarial acts to be conducted via a video connection between the notary and the customer, equivalent to in-person authentication. It is optional and at the discretion of the notary.

Transactions can occur at a suitable location, such as at home or in Estonian embassies in specific cities. To use remote authentication, contact a notary’s office or use the self-service portal with various ID methods. The process involves scheduling, confirmation, identity verification, document review, signing, and notary finalization. The fee for remote authentication is 24 euros, including VAT.

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