Print shops in Hong Kong offer a multitude of services to their clients, making them a lucrative business option. In order to start a print shop in Hong Kong investors need to perform a local market research, have a business plan and find suitable premises, all before opening a Hong Kong company.
Foreign investors in Hong Kong also benefit from the same rights as local entrepreneurs and enjoy the same easy Hong Kong company formation process.
Print shops in Hong Kong
Hong Kong print shops typically offer more than one kind of service. Examples include photocopying, offset printing and digital printing. These can be combined with personal and commercial printing for clothing, posters, and promotional materials. Moreover, most print shops in Hong Kong will also double as a retail store for stationery and other types of products. For the latter, investors will need to check the requirements for Hong Kong company formation for retail stores.
An alternative to the traditional family-owned print shop is to open a print shop or press shop that also serves as an art gallery/exhibition space. Hong Kong’s art scene is vibrant and many artists are looking for partnerships with print shops, especially for exhibitions.
Another option when deciding to start a print shop or open a Hong Kong company that offers copying and printing services is to become a franchisee in the city. Large international companies may be looking for local printing partners in Hong Kong. One of our company incorporation agents can give you detailed information on franchising and the applicable rules and regulations.
Open a Hong Kong company
In order to start a print shop in one of the city’s areas, investors need to incorporate a new legal entity in Hong Kong. The steps for company incorporation are straightforward and firstly investors need to choose an available business name for the company, which can be in English or in Chinese.
Our agents who specialize in company formation in Hong Kong can help you prepare the company documents and submit them to the Companies Registry.
You can contact us if you have questions about investing in Hong Kong, obtaining the special permits and licenses and managing a business here.