Slovenia is considered a great holiday destination and offers many opportunities for investors. Since 2004, Slovenia has become a member of the European Union (EU) to attract investment (for example, signing double taxation treaties with more than 45 partner countries).
The country is oriented towards foreign direct investment and offers various types of investment plans and incentives, which may depend on the investment sector chosen by the merchant and the region where they will invest. It is important to know that Slovenian companies can also benefit from incentives that support the development of the job market.
Investors are concentrated in the following areas: services, chemicals and retail. The corporate tax in Slovenia is 19% (decreased in 2017). All foreign and local investors who require Slovenian company formation services are welcome to contact our local company advisors who can advise on how to set up a company in the country.