. We will help you with the initial steps of setting up your business such as obtaining licenses and permits, selecting a business structure, registering your business name, obtaining an Employer Identification Number (EIN), and filing for the necessary taxes. We will also help you with setting up a business plan, finding financing, and marketing your business. Additionally, we can provide guidance on topics such as accounting, budgeting, and other business topics. We are also available to provide resources and information to help youOur company will assist you in the Initiation of your new business
First Determine the business structure

Our knowledgeable team can assist you in deciding which organizational type works the best for your business venture. We'll provide information about the three options that are available and aid you to select the optimal choice.
Register with the Department of StatE 

Our crew will take care of registering your new organization with the government and ensure that you have every piece of information necessary for a legal framework that will enable your entity to be up-to-date with the state laws, assuring that your business preserves its prestigious image and stays safeguarded from any type of monetary restrictions or approval invalidation.
Register the business name
Once we start the process of registering your new company, we'll need to hand over the designate name to the state. If you already know what you want to name it, great! If you're not sure, however, our team is very well informed; with heaps of ideas for all kinds of enterprises. If you need some assistance selecting the perfect handle for your company, please don't hesitate to talk to one of us; we're always happy to give you a plethora of original names

Determine the business structure.

In order to begin, you should decide upon the kind of business structure you want, and this will depend on what kind of business or sector you’re dealing with. Several fields of occupation may require the adoption of a certain sort of business setup. Moreover, consider if your organization can remain on those terms.

In Florida, businesses can take several forms such as Corporation, LLC, Partnership and Sole Proprietorship. It is recommended to consult legal and financial advisors when deciding the best structure for your business; Each business structure is explained more in detail below. Please note this artiicle is for informational  purposes and is not in any way intended to be used as legal advice, that being said we always suggest our customers speak to an experienced professional before making a decision on which entity structure fits them best.

  • Corporation

You’ll want to form a corporation to limit the liability of the owners and shareholders. While limiting liability can be a beneficial thing to do, the process of developing a corporation can be time-consuming and expensive. Establishing a corporation can be beneficial once your business is larger or if you plan to go public at any point in time.

  • Sole Proprietorship

A sole proprietorship is when an individual owns and runs a business by him or herself. When it comes to taxes, there is no difference between you and your business, so all taxes are submitted as one. Establishing a sole proprietorship can be beneficial if you are the only person involved in the business. An important downside to mention is that because you and your business are not separated, you as the individual carry all legal liability.

  • Limited Liability Company

With a Limited Liability Company (LLC), you’ll gain the limited liability that a corporation provides, but with the same tax process as a sole proprietorship. LLCs are great for growing businesses, as there are no limits to the number of employees you can have, but you can establish an LLC with as few as one employee. Ownership of an LLC is shared by all its members, either by percentage or by membership units, similar to shares of stock in a corporation. Both methods of establishing ownership grant each member the right to vote and to share in profits. Anyone can be an owner of an LLC, regardless of the capital that member contributes to the company.


Register with the Department of State (DOS)

Register the business with the DOS by completing and submitting the Articles of Incorporation found on Florida’s Department of State Website. In order to do this, you’ll need to gather the following items:
  • Business Name ( We will make sure your business name is available)

  • Principle Place of Business Address & Mailing Address

  • Registered Agent’s Name, Address & Signature

  • Corporate Purpose ( What field of work will your entity be performing)

  • Effective Date (The date you would like your business to OFFICIALLY begin)


Register YOUR business name

The Fictitious Name Act (s.865.09, F.S.) requires any person or business entity to register a “fictitious name,” also known as a “doing business as” (dba) name, with the Florida DOS prior to conducting business in the state. If you have filed as a sole proprietorship and your business has a name other than your own, you must register this as a fictitious name. If you have formed a corporation, LLC or other separate legal entity, and the business name is not the same as what you registered, you’ll need to file a fictitious name. Visit the Florida DOS website to learn more about specific requirements and exemptions from this step of the process


Register for an Internal Revenue Service Employer Identification Number (EIN).

An EIN – or Employer Identification Number – serves the same purpose to a business as a Social Security number serves to an individual. With an EIN, you’ll be able to open a business bank account, establish business credit, hire employees more easily, and apply for business licenses. You can obtain an EIN by filing a Form SS-4 with the IRS. You’ll only need an EIN in the following circumstances:
  • You filed as a corporation or partnership

  • Your business has employees

  • Your business is involved with a trust, estate, non-profit or farmers' co-op

If you are establishing an LLC in Florida and none of the above apply to you, you are not required to register for an EIN. However, most banks will require one for a business savings account, loan, business line of credit (BLOC) or other business accounts.



Starting up a business requires specific features in order to make your outfit look polished and draw in a desirable client base. To achieve this, consider including a number of varied products and services. Here, we have explained essential for information to pin on your business in order to make it more attractive and professional.
custom logo 1

Our service provides custom designs based on client needs, with three logo options to choose from. It offers quality results and quick turnaround times at competitive prices for both large and small businesses.

custom business cards 2

We offer custom designs tailored to customer needs, with three card design options. Our services are of high quality and delivered quickly at cost-effective rates for all businesses.

$25 for each 100 cards

$15 Rush Fee

custom launching ads 3

Our team can help market the start of your business with advertising just from setting up social media profiles or using your private account. This will help ensure that current and prospective clients will be aware of the services you will be offering.

$25 each 

If you'd like assistance to design an advertisement for your company, then look no further. Send us the details on the type of ad and the information you'd like displayed and we'll take care of the rest. You can have complete confidence that you'll be fully satisfied with the end result.

$25 each