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  • 10 basic steps

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    Name Your Company


    Appoint Directors


    Choose a Registered Agent


    Choose an office


    File the paperworks 


    Issue Shares of Stock


    Apply for Permits or Licenses 


    Apply for an EIN 


    Apply the company bank account 


    Hire interns for your project

  • 1. Name your company

    When naming your business, you have to think about these things.

    Entity Name

      Your business entity name is how you and the state will identify your business. Some states may have rules limiting how you can choose your entity name, including the usage of company suffixes. Most states will not allow you to register a name that’s already registered by another company. Additionally, some require that the entity name reflects the business you have in some way.


      When it comes to a trademark, you’ll want to look at the state and federal levels. At the state level, you can verify whether your name or logo is trademarked by visiting their online business portal. At the federal level, you should check your prospective business name in the A official trademark database. Although more costly and time-consuming to obtain, A federal trademarks offer far more protection than a state trademark. Since state trademarks only protect your trademark in the registered state, you would lose nationwide protection. A federal trademark is especially beneficial to corporations that expect to do business outside of their home state.

      “Doing Business As” (DBA) Name

      Registering your business with a DBA name doesn’t provide any legal protection by itself. DBA names are known as trade names, fictitious names, or assumed names. They can be registered with the state, county, or city in which your city is located.

      Domain Name

      A domain name is the web address that visitors will use to access your website, and someone like ZenBusiness can help you register your domain name. Perform a quick search to make sure the name is available, and then reserve it before someone else takes it.

    • 2. Appoint Directors

      You not only need a director but also need a project manager!


      The board of directors is a group of elected individuals in your company. They essentially establish corporate governance and oversee organizational strategies, investments, profits, and more. The number of directors varies from state to state, and there are no strict rules for how to structure your company’s board.

      Project Manager

      If you don't have employees in the US, we can provide a professional Project Manager to help monitor the process of project development and operation. He/She can represent the Director to implement the project tasks.

    • 3. Choose a Registered Agent

      We are honnor to be your Agent!

      The government requires an official address to send correspondence to an appointed registered agent. A registered agent acts as the middle man between your corporation and the state. Depending on your state, you can appoint yourself or even your business as a registered agent. Registered agents are necessary to ensure that businesses can be notified in the event of a lawsuit. The physical address must be located in the state and open during business hours so that the corporation can be reached.