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Questions about setting up teleworking with your company abroad? We will answer you in detail.


An entrepreneur is a person independent who makes his own decisions and is responsible for his actions. He is not subordinate to another person as employees are. Thus, he can organize his work as he sees fit, choose his customers, suppliers and subcontractors, and set his own prices, among other things.

Ways of doing business

There are several ways to approach a company, depending on your objectives and the scale of the business. You can, for example:

  • earn your living out of need or independence
  • introduce a new product, service or idea to meet demand
  • create a business with growth and employment potential
  • take control of an existing business
  • create a company with the intention of becoming a market leader very quickly
  • become a franchisee and operate an already efficient system

Setting up teleworking

It's essential to create an organized work environment when working online to avoid burn-out. Setting your working hours, organizing your schedule, turning off cell phone notifications, separating your work life from your personal life and acquiring the right equipment are all important steps. What's more, to carry out your professional assignments, you'll need to have a separate and enclosed room, a subscription to a coworking space or go to a cybercafé. It's important to know how to separate the professional from the personal. Even when you're abroad, you need to think about creating a dedicated place to work.

If you have a business that involves the storage of goods or receiving customers, it can get complicated. Indeed, by deciding to do your work remotely under a telework visa, you won't need to have any professional ties with the country where you'll be staying.

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