The call center industry is blooming across the world, as a consequence of the process of globalization. Companies are interested in setting their operations in countries where the labor force is reliable and has an adequate level of expertise. Ireland is a country where the workforce is highly trained, able to communicate in a foreign language and has a high level of computer skills. As such, investors who want to open a call center are advised to set their operations here. Our team of Ireland company formation specialists can provide assistance for the incorporation of a call center.
You can read below details about the registration process of a call center in Ireland or you watch our concise video:
Register a call center in Ireland
Companies established in Ireland as a call center are registered at the Companies Registration Office (CRO). At the same time, the institution is able to provide general information on the activity of other businesses set up here. The investor will have to choose a legal entity and to establish a business name. It is important to know that, under the rules of the Companies Act 2014, Ireland established new regulations related to the incorporation of a limited company, which is now available under five entities, as follows:
• private company limited by shares;
• designated activity company;
• designated activity company limited by guarantee;
• company limited by guarantee;
• public limited company.
After choosing the business form, the lawyers will draft the statutory documents of the company, which will be submitted at the CRO. The investor will have to register with the local authorities for tax purposes and social contributions and to obtain business permits and licenses, issued in accordance with activities carried by the company.
Our team of Irish company formation consultants can also assist foreign businessmen to open a corporate bank account or to choose a business address.
Call centers in Ireland
Businessmen or persons interested in the call center industry should know that the employees in this field are represented by the Communications Workers’ Union. Call center employees are entitled to a certain minimum wage, established in accordance with their work experience. It is customarily to work during night shifts or in the weekends in this field and the Irish authorities have imposed several regulations for this type of activity.
Businessmen interested in the call center industry in Ireland can address to our team of Ireland company incorporation agents for more details.