Rent-a-company

This concept of “rent-a-company” is my dream framework for the coworking. (link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for most cases?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94

YES! This is a great insight into where things are going.

Coworking spaces can act as middlemen to remove the need for each individual to have to jump through all the hoops of running a business. That kind of approach can also lead to some more sustainable business models, if you’re willing to deal with the setup.

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[Coworking] rent-a-company

From: Caner Onoglu [email protected]

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Saturday, April 08, 2017 at 6:29PM

This concept of “rent-a-company” is my dream framework for the coworking. (link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for most cases?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94

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I don’t know. The liabilities of a business entity can be gruesome.
The jurisdictions of where an entity is incorporated is limited to that state. The mobility this writer suggests assumes a national company that’s effectively incorporated/registered in all 50 states.

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On Apr 11, 2017, at 1:03 PM, Tony Bacigalupo [email protected] wrote:

YES! This is a great insight into where things are going.

Coworking spaces can act as middlemen to remove the need for each individual to have to jump through all the hoops of running a business. That kind of approach can also lead to some more sustainable business models, if you’re willing to deal with the setup.

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[Coworking] rent-a-company

From: Caner Onoglu [email protected]

To: [email protected]

Cc:

Saturday, April 08, 2017 at 6:29PM

This concept of “rent-a-company” is my dream framework for the coworking. (link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for most cases?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94

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Interesting. Do you know of a coworking space that this is being tried?

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On Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 6:29:54 PM UTC-4, Caner Onoglu wrote:

This concept of “rent-a-company” is my dream framework for the coworking. (link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for most cases?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94

The actual product is very confusing to me:

https://www.winglio.com

This seems like Paypal meets business back office services? Or maybe kinda like a "lite" version of Stripe Atlas? https://stripe.com/atlas

Who exactly is this for? What problem is it designed to solve? I think this is more geared towards folks living in places where even basic incorporation and/or banking make internet business complex or impossible.

Which makes sense...but I'm not sure that's what this is. The more I read about it the less I understand :slight_smile: anybody know what's actually going on here?

-Alex

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On Apr 11, 2017, 5:42 PM -0400, Robert Kropp <[email protected]>, wrote:

Interesting. Do you know of a coworking space that this is being tried?

On Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 6:29:54 PM UTC-4, Caner Onoglu wrote:
> This concept of "rent-a-company" is my dream framework for the coworking. (link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for most cases?
>
> https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94 (https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.forbes.com%2Fsites%2Fbrianrashid%2F2017%2F04%2F05%2F4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers%2F%23610128ed7f94&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNH8lwrvUa23OlLzXMqj9_FYK8wrOA)

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I am working on the concept to implement it on my to be opened Coworking space. A summarizing slogan comes to my mind “one for all, all for one”

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On Apr 12, 2017 03:42, “Robert Kropp” [email protected] wrote:

Interesting. Do you know of a coworking space that this is being tried?

On Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 6:29:54 PM UTC-4, Caner Onoglu wrote:

This concept of “rent-a-company” is my dream framework for the coworking. (link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for most cases?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94

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Awesome. You are keeping in trend. Can you please clarify it a bit better. I utilize Evoma virtual office https://evoma.com/virtual-offices/ and understood from them that we can use the business address they provide for statutory purpose. https://evoma.com/business-centre/how-to-get-an-address-for-business-registration/. So what is this about?
Please help in understanding.

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On Wed, Apr 12, 2017 at 6:42 AM, Caner Onoglu [email protected] wrote:

I am working on the concept to implement it on my to be opened Coworking space. A summarizing slogan comes to my mind “one for all, all for one”

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On Apr 12, 2017 03:42, “Robert Kropp” [email protected] wrote:

Interesting. Do you know of a coworking space that this is being tried?

On Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 6:29:54 PM UTC-4, Caner Onoglu wrote:

This concept of “rent-a-company” is my dream framework for the coworking. (link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for most cases?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94

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They are findmentally commission agents, they handle administrative tasks
for a percentage. It saes them having to pay or file VAT taxes for
example, and will for some folks decrease their corporate income taxes and
business costs related to maintaining the company to zero, though this
analysis only applies if they were planning to set up a separate legal
entity in the first instance.

It will be targeted at Europe and Asia, in the US we don' t have these
problems so they do not need to be solved. :slight_smile: And the US government has
historically been very agressive about creating treaties and accords
allowing international business without having to deal with a lot of double
taxation and so on. If you are doing business EU - not EU it would be a
great timesaver for a certain target market. And I predict a great market
for this kind of stuff when Brexit actually makes itself felt; Brexit is
fat city for these guys.

It is also a tried and true method for some not terribly legal
transactions, and I expect the company has some....challenges related to
that. Whitewashing, human trafficking, gunrunning, oh my. But this is not
the fault of the service: about 5 minutes after you come up with any
innovative idea, the crooks are all over ways to use it too. Nothing like
crime for innovation, it must be said.

It points at a real sharing economy solution, but is (like Uber) an on
demand solution, not a sharing solution. Or at least, I don't see any
sharing going on. A sharign solution would look something like a coop with
a buyin for certain services. Something like that.

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On Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 12:27:55 AM UTC+2, Alex Hillman wrote:

The actual product is very confusing to me:

https://www.winglio.com

This seems like Paypal meets business back office services? Or maybe kinda
like a "lite" version of Stripe Atlas? https://stripe.com/atlas

Who exactly is this for? What problem is it designed to solve? I *think*
this is more geared towards folks living in places where even basic
incorporation and/or banking make internet business complex or impossible.

Which makes sense...but I'm not sure that's what this is. The more I read
about it the less I understand :slight_smile: anybody know what's actually going on
here?

-Alex

On Apr 11, 2017, 5:42 PM -0400, Robert Kropp <[email protected] > <javascript:>>, wrote:

Interesting. Do you know of a coworking space that this is being tried?

On Saturday, April 8, 2017 at 6:29:54 PM UTC-4, Caner Onoglu wrote:

This concept of "rent-a-company" is my dream framework for the coworking.
(link below) Why bother about having many companies if one is enough for
most cases?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/brianrashid/2017/04/05/4-reasons-why-renting-a-company-is-becoming-a-new-trend-among-freelancers/#610128ed7f94
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