In 2012, the Law on Simplification and Flexibility of BV Law was introduced in the Netherlands. This law made it easier to set up a BV because the previously required minimum starting capital of € 18,000 was no longer obligatory.
For many entrepreneurs, this law did not immediately mean the “simplification” they had hoped for. A notary was still needed to set up a private entity and they still used old-fashioned rates. In 2013, Rick and Martijn (both former PWC) decided to work together to this “simplification”. The result was Firm24: an all-in-one platform where entrepreneurs can establish, change, expand or innovate their company with the corresponding structure.
In 2019, almost two out of ten BVs in the Netherlands are established through our platform. So you can say we know a thing or two about starting a business and making it successful. We are happy to help you reach your goals with our knowledge and experience.
Running a company, developing an idea yourself from whiteboard to pay check: for us it’s the best thing there is. We know everything about it. But we also know the other side of the coin: the advisors that misspells your name, treats you like a old man and sends you out of his office with incomprehensible advice … and sends a invoice afterwards that makes you wonder why you ever started the whole procedure.
We take care of all the difficult paperwork, dare to advise firmly and explain it in simple words, so that you can focus on your company. Our goal is to empower the entrepreneur as much as we can, to keep him as far away as possible from unnecessary paperwork, and to assist him in the entire life cycle of his BV.
Ondernemen doe je niet alleen. Dat doe je met een team. Met goede en gedreven mensen maken wij iedere dag het verschil. Daarom vinden wij een goede werkomgeving belangrijk. Hard werken, veel leren, mooie nieuwe dingen maken, professioneel met elkaar omgaan, maar ook goede koffie, een eigen bar, gezellig met elkaar lunchen en af en toe een potje pool of tafelvoetbal horen daar wat ons betreft bij.