Reputable registered office addresses
in Prague, Brno and Ostrava

199 CZK for first 3 months

Spare yourself the high cost of offices you don’t need, yet create a professional and trustworthy image.

1 Reputable business address in the town centre

Prague - Korunní 108, Brno - Nové Sady 2 or Ostrava, Čujkovova 21.

2 Postal mail collected and scanned

We will scan all your documents and forward them to you via email.

3 You will manage everything immediately online

Orders received on weekdays until 12:00 are processed on the same day.

Registered office address located in a reputable location without frustrating paperwork and increased costs. Your company’s address will be listed in the Commercial Register and we will forward all your postal mail to you.

Your virtual registered office address meets all legal requirements – placing signage of the company as required by law (ie. the name of the individual or of the legal entity and identification number), the virtual office service also includes postal mail collection, forwarding the scanned mail etc.

We check all our clients and their company reputation, so please be assured that your business address will be in good company.

Prague

Praha Rezidence Korunní
Praha sídlo Rezidence Korunní
Praha virtuální sídlo Rezidence Korunní

Virtual registered office address in Prague

Luxurious modern building with residential and commercial use at the address Korunní 108 (map)

Great location in the Vinohrady quarter, close to the centre

Fast and professional communication

Placing the signage of the company as required by law

Collection and scanning of postal mail

You will manage everything online

199 CZK for 1 month

+ 2 months FREE

Thereafter 199 CZK/monthly
(invoice issued for a yearly service) Once the first period expires, renewal of the registered office address will be automatic for another 12 monthss.

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Brno

Brno Nové Sady
Brno sídlo Nové Sady
Brno virtuální sídlo Nové Sady

Virtual registered office address in Brno

New administrative building at the address
Nové sady 2 (map)

Offices are close to the centre

Fast and professional communication

Placing the signage of the company as required by law

Collection and scanning of postal mail

You will manage everything online

199 CZK for 1 month

+ 2 months FREE

Thereafter 199 CZK/monthly
(invoice issued for a yearly service) Once the first period expires, renewal of the registered office address will be automatic for another 12 monthss.

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Ostrava

Ostrava, Čujkovova 21
Ostrava Čujkovova 21
S9dlo firmz Ostrava

Virtual registered office address in Ostrava

Premises in Ostrava at the address
Čujkovova 21 (map)

Great location in a quiet part of Ostrava- Zábřeh

Fast and professional communication

Placing the signage of the company as required by law

Collection and scanning of postal mail

You will manage everything online

199 CZK for 1 month

+ 2 months FREE

Thereafter 199 CZK/monthly
(invoice issued for a yearly service) Once the first period expires, renewal of the registered office address will be automatic for another 12 monthss.

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What is a Virtual Office?

If you are starting a business and you decide to do it in the form of a legal entity (Company), according to the Czech law you must specify an official business address, which is inserted in the Commercial Register as the business’ registered office address (known as the company’s “seat “ in the CZR). It is one of the basic legal requirements for company incorporation.

The principle is the same if you decide to set up business as an individual (sole trader). The basic information which needs to be provided to the authorities, is the individual’s permanent residential address. Thanks to the new Civil Code regulation in 2009, this address location can be virtual.

The meaning of “registered office” is the official address of a legal entity, and the place where the business (Ltd, Plc and any other legal entity) resides. It is listed in the Deed of Incorporation/Memorandum of Association and forms a part of the public record and it will be listed in the Companies House Commercial Register, once the company has been incorporated. The legal definition talks about the address where the legal entity can be found. In case of a business run by a sole trader, the law talks about the “place of business”.

The main requirements:

  • The company’s registered office address must be a real postal address (e.g. can’t be PO Box)
  • Incorporating a company without a registered office address is not possible
  • Every legal entity can have only one registered office address
  • As a legal entity you are obliged to prove ownership or your right of use of the property or the particular space, where you are listing your registered office address

For more details about the company’s registered office address go to the Civil Code.

The Company’s Virtual Office

From the legal point of view there is no difference between the physical office space and the virtual office. However, it has one crucial advantage in that it keeps your outgoing expenses down, as you do not have to pay any expensive rent, but you still receive the services you need. The business virtual office provider takes care of the official legal requirements and also offers other services, such us receiving and scanning your postal mail.

The advantages of a virtual office:

  • Saves time and money compared to renting a physical office
  • Postal mail is scanned and forwarded to you by the service provider
  • You will manage everything online
  • You don’t have to spend your time visiting the various authorities offices and dealing with the associated paperwork
  • A high-quality service provider will also help you with the company formation

Not everybody needs a physical office for their business (e.g. programmers, accountants, e-shop owners) and this is how the idea of virtual offices came about. However, this is not a new trend; the first offices of this kind opened their “doors” in the last century during the sixties in America.

Even today you can find reports saying that entrepreneurs, who want to escape the law because they are doing fraudulent business, are looking for virtual offices. This may of course happen, but only in exceptional cases. It is only one of the myths which you might come across. The most common misconceptions can be found in our article.

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