BRAZIL | Legal Framework of Startups is Sanctioned and Enters into Force on September 1st, 2021
On June 1st, 2021, Supplementary Law No. 182 was sanctioned, which instituted the ‘Legal Framework for startups and innovative entrepreneurship’. The novelties brought by said law create better conditions for the development and consolidation of startups in the country, also stimulating initiatives for integration between the public and private sectors.
The new Legal Framework provides for some requirements for qualifying a company as a Startup, including: (i) having an annual gross revenue of up to R$16,000,000.00 (sixteen million reais); (ii) not exceed 10 (ten) years of registration in the National Register of Legal Entities (CNPJ); and (iii) that declare, in their articles of incorporation, the use of innovative models or that fall under the special regime Inova Simples – regulated by CGSIM Resolution No. 55, of March 23, 2020.
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