Pour créer une entreprise, si vous êtes une personne morale vous devez vous munir de :
-1 Single form for formalising companies
- 3 Copies of identity card / Passport (nationals) / Residence card (non-nationals) / Passport with valid visa of the Manager
- Criminal record / Declaration of honour (valid for 75 days) + 1 copy
- Location map of the company's head office
- Copy of the SEEG subscription contract / last receipt
- Copies of the authorization or technical approval, if applicable
ANPI-Gabon wants to be the privileged partner of all investors, you can benefit from support to design your business plan or define your business model, you can use our services to obtain market studies, strategic monitoring and/or benefit from export support for your products and services among other services.
Yes, our Entrepreneurship and Business Support Department offers a range of training courses on business creation, business management and formalities.
No, ANPI-Gabon does not finance projects but allows you to obtain financing either by participating in the Business Plan Competition, by benefiting from the support of our Entrepreneurship and Business Support Department as part of the development of a financing plan or by making direct contact with all the commercial banks present in our offices.
No, ANPI-Gabon does not issue authorizations but ANPI-Gabon is the place of deposit and withdrawal of authorizations indeed, we shelter the principal administrations which deliver to the economic operators that you are the authorizations and the authorizations of exploitation.
Yes, you can write your statutes but we also have a model at your disposal that you can adapt to your needs.
Yes, we keep a list of legal advice, notaries and lawyers. Please contact our Legal Department for the latest changed list.
The control and the verification only concern the acts presented by any other person other than lawyers, councils, or jurist.
Verifications can be done on this website in less than one hour.
No, the verification is free.
No, you must present yourself with your printed and bound statutes.
Consult our Legal Department for assistance.
No. The most important is to consider the mandatory provisions of the OHADA Uniform Act within your statutes