Development of the activity directly by natural person in case of meeting certain requirements.
Both figures do not have their own legal personality, so their activity and legal responsibility will always be directly linked to the investor’s parent company.
Associations with other businesspeople already established in Spain, which allow to share the risks and to combine resources and experience. Different forms of joint ventures can be distinguished in Spanish law: ·Economic Interest Grouping and European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) ·Temporary Joint Venture ·Association with one or more Spanish businessmen in a form of collaboration typical of the Spanish legal system (“Cuenta en Participación,” in Spanish) ·Joint venture through corporations (S.A.) or limited liability companies
Other alternatives include the following:
· Entering into a distribution agreement
· Carrying out operations through an agent
· Carrying out operations through a commission agent
· Establishment of a franchise