English speaking gestoria near Jerez or El Puerto area

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    I’ve got a client who wants to set up his own business and wants help in registering a business etc. He wants the process in English.

    My contacts are only Spanish speaking and I’ve not come across any fully fluent English contacts who can do this.

    Thanks for any information.

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    Forgive me. But I think your client needs an English speaking Brain Surgoen. If wants to start a business in Spain !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    @shakeel wrote:

    Forgive me. But I think your client needs an English speaking Brain Surgoen. If wants to start a business in Spain !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Better put that surgeon in my direction afterwards then 😆

    Please keep us informed Ian of developments.

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    @ian_ok wrote:

    I’ve got a client who wants to set up his own business and wants help in registering a business etc. He wants the process in English.

    My contacts are only Spanish speaking and I’ve not come across any fully fluent English contacts who can do this.

    Thanks for any information.

    I very much doubt there are any gestors in Jerez dedicated to the non-spanish speaking public.

    It might be a case of having to go in and out of various gestor offices and saying “can you speak english?”.

    The level of English in Jerez is generally very low.

  • #70039
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    Or better still, go to any of the spanish speaking gestors, but hire the services of a translater. There are plenty of them advertised.

  • #70060
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    @Jerezgirl wrote:

    It might be a case of having to go in and out of various gestor offices and saying “can you speak english?”.

    Hi Jerezgirl, I did this in Sanlucar for him and only found ones that spoke a few words! Even though Jerez is only a few miles from here I thought Jerez had far more English spoken in shops etc…!

    He’s now getting his solicitor to help him out.

    Thanks all.

    Ian

  • #70063
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    I think the further you get from the coast, the less English is spoken.

    When you consider that the British population of Jerez is less than 0.05% of the total population, I guess there isn´t much business for an English speaking gestor, or Solicitor for that matter.

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