Startup Advisory Service

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Startup phase is very crucial for a company as it acts a foundation for the long term growth of the organisation. That's where our startup advisory comes in handy where we guide you in every aspect of the business from incorporation to finance modeling to compliance and more.

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How it works

1 Register

Fill all the required information requested in the registration form.

2 Expect a call from us

Once we receive quote request, our experts will get in touch with you immediately.

3 Service Delivery

After the discussion and submission of required documents, service will delivered. Time of delivery may differ based on the service.


Benefits that are yielded by choosing this service are numerous as mentioned below

Tax Exemptions

Investments brought in by Startups registered under this scheme will be eligible for exemption under Section 56 (2) (VIIB) of Income Tax Act, 1961.

Discount and rebate availment

Registered entities are allowed for rebate and discount upto 50% in regard to registration fees for patent and trademark

Smooth closure

Facilitating easy winding up of the company under insolvency & Bankruptcy code 2016.

Documents Required

List of Documents that are required to proceed with this service package are


Certificate of Incorporation/Partnership Registration Certificate


Company PAN card


Detailed profile of the company

Minimum Criteria to be met

Criteria that should be satisfied to be eligible to choose this service package are


Incorporation date should not be more than 10 years


Objective should be towards innovation, development or improvement of products or processes or services, or the business model should have the potential to bring in employment generation or wealth creation.


Turnover should not exceed Rs. 100 crore

Frequently Asked Questions

List of typical questions that you might ask regarding this particular service are

Start-up India Scheme is an initiative of the Indian Government to promote the eco-system of the Indian startups by supporting in their sustainable economic growth.

All business entities that are registered as Private Limited Company or Limited Liability Partnership or a Registered partnership Firm are eligible to apply under Startup India scheme

Note: Four major steps to register a company or startup in India:
  1. Step 1: Acquire Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
  2. Step 2: Acquire Director Identification Number (DIN)
  3. Step 3: Create an account on MCA portal- New user registration @
  4. Step 4: Incorporate or Apply for the company to be registered.

The first thing that's required to start out a replacement business or Startup is getting the business registered.
Business Registration for Startup
  1. Option 1: Private Limited Company.
  2. Option 2: Public Limited Company.
  3. Option 3: One Person Company.
  4. Option 4: Partnership Firm.
  5. Option 5: Limited Liability Partnership.
  6. Option 6: Sole Proprietorship.
  7. Option 7: NGO/Trust.
  8. Option 8: Nidhi Company.

Steps to register your startup with DIPP
  1. Step 1: Incorporation of the business
  2. Step 2: Registering business with the startup India scheme
  3. Step 3: Documents required to be upload online (note: upload only .pdf format)
  4. Step 4: Choose if you would like to have tax benefits
  5. Step 5: Self-certify your documentation
  6. Step 6: Getting recognition number
  7. Step 7: Other areas to look over like: Funding, Patents, trademark, copyrights, design etc.

Apply for tenders. Startups can apply for state tenders. they're exempted from the “prior experience/turnover” criteria applicable for normal companies answering to government tenders.

One of the foremost popular sorts of startup funding is thru risk capital. High-net-worth individuals, giant super funds, corporates and other groups invest in venture funds, which are managed by investors, who invest in startups on their behalf, taking equity stakes within the business.

As mentioned, the terms “founders” and “startups” are the maximum amount descriptive nouns as they're aspirational adjectives. Most successful businesses are started by teams, but if it's such you would like to travel it alone, or that you simply haven't found your perfect co-founder, then you'll go it alone without prejudice.

The cost of registration of a sole proprietor company is almost Rs 2,500 while that of a partnership firm is almost Rs 5,000. If you incorporate a personal (LLP or LLC) company with a minimum authorised capital of Rs 1,00,000, the registration will cost you Rs 7,000.

Using the 'Make in India' logo is allowed to some, only by taking prior permission from the DIPP, Government of India. They are: Programs which are conducted by Government collaborating with industry bodies like FICCI, ASSOCHAM, CII, PHDCCI, etc.

However, any business whose turnover exceeds Rs 40 lakh during a fiscal year is required to register under GST. This higher threshold under GST has brought compliance relief to several small businesses, including startups in India.

You learn a lot: Startups place a lot of responsibility on their employees. They'll hire you due to your skills, but founders expect far more. You help with everything at a startup. Often, it's work outside your description, so opportunities for learning and growth abound.

Startup costs are the expenses incurred during the method of making a replacement business. Pre-opening startup costs include a business plan, research expenses, borrowing costs, and expenses for technology. Post-opening startup costs include advertising, promotion, and employee expenses.

It's really hard to fund a startup - even an excellent one. Most entrepreneurs need the maximum amount help as they will get from mentors, directors and professionals (if they will find them.)

Here, you'll see how growth and business goals are intertwined. Startups want to grow with the goal of disrupting the market. Small businesses, on the opposite hand, are created for the aim of entrepreneurship and serving an area market—and therefore, aren't concerned with growth on such an outsized scale.

Working for a startup offers tons of benefits. Some startups are willing to pay higher salaries than well-established companies, while others offer fun perks and unique cultures. Roles usually have many room for growth. Stock options and profit-sharing are often on the table also.

Startups and SMEs (small and medium sized enterprises) can look very almost like an outsider. Both are small companies that are built from nothing by an entrepreneur to fill a niche within the market. In contrast to the startup model, an SME is way more structured.

Annual turnover of the entity should not have exceeded Rs. 25 crores in any of the previous years. The Business objective should be towards innovation, development or improvement of products or processes or services, or the business model should have the potential to bring in employment generation or wealth creation.

Recognised start-ups after approval of the application, eligible for income tax exemption for 3 years in a block of 7 years. Also they are eligible for exemption under specific sections under Long term capital gains

After the proper scrutiny approval of the application, the startups are eligible for Angel Tax exemption benefits.

Startup means a corporation who is new in terms of producing and operations. it's a venture with a replacement innovative idea within the market with a replacement inventive service, product, etc. The venture is little within the capital and size of the operations. The funding is either within the sort of risk capital from investors within or outside India. this text describes the method of startup registration.

Startup means a replacement venture/business which is exclusive to India or a net inflow of product market or something which isn't readily available. The start-up is usually defined as that business that's innovative or new inventive setup or influx of latest technology: those companies which can reduce the gap within the market.

The process of registration for a startup in India is extremely simple. The Startup India has come up under the flagship program, called STARTUP-INDIA, 2016, launched on January. the target was to supply economic development and new wings to the economy. This helps in creating new jobs and employment within the country. the govt decided to offer as many benefits which reduce the burden on a newly established startup.