Fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) companies
provide their clients with all types of packaged goods, beverages, toiletries and all other types of consumables, readily available and at competitive prices. The industry is under constant change as the marketplace evolves and adapts to a different type of selling behavior.
Investors who want to open a company in the FMCG sector in Belgium need to answer the demands of the shoppers, meet their expectations and come up with new ways to retail their products.
The FMCG sector in Belgium
Consumer goods businesses in Belgium
face a number of challenges when it comes to meeting the demands of their customers. Belgium is a competitive market where these types of companies
need to seize existing opportunities, understand the demand and how its shifts and the consumer’s behavior.
FMCG businesses can implement a series of strategies in order to improve retention and increase the overall consumer engagement. Product customization and digital commerce as well as targeting the right consumers are important strategies in building a strong retail brand.
is a continuously developing trend in the FMCG sector
and Belgian companies need to answer these demands. Sales can be extended to online platforms and more companies in Belgium are selling their products on various channels. Those interested in making their products available across online platforms can set up a merchant account
Open an FMCG company in Belgium
- choosing a suitable business type and an available name;
- drafting the company’s Articles of Incorporation;
- opening a bank account in Belgium and depositing the minimum share capital;
- registering the Articles of Incorporation in the Belgian Official Journal;
- register with the Crossroad Bank for Enterprises.
Companies operating in this sector will need to obtain specific special permits and licenses to sell all or some of their products. One of our agents who specialize in company registration in Belgium can give you more details on licensing.
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