Why Many Indian Start-ups are Registering Overseas and Not in India

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September 25, 2022

The grass is always greener on the other side. But what if you could get yourself a piece of that green grass from several pastures to hedge against a rainy day?

That seems to be the thought process across the spectrum of business owners, new-age entrepreneurs, corporate executives and skilled professionals, especially after the pandemic rudely awoke them to the risks of putting all their eggs in one basket.

The latest entrant to this trend is the start-up community, who, keen on multiple residencies, are opting for structured residency investment programmes in countries like Portugal or Malta or the business and talent-based visas offered by the UAE or Australia and Singapore, respectively. But, as the experts explain, they lean more towards the latter because they don’t want their capital locked in investment programmes.

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