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Where can I find list of CEOs and Enterprises to contact them?

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Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 07:28 pm Click here to edit this post
I want to invite CEOs and Enterprises to start corporations in my country.

How can I contact CEOs and Enterprise heads?

Is there a site on the game that lists all CEOs and Enterprises?


Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 07:58 pm Click here to edit this post
If you click on the name of any enterprise, around the middle of the page you will see something called "list of the 200 best performing CEOs." You can expand that list to see all enterprises on that world.

But do you have what CEOs want? Does your country have 0 tax? Does it have a welfare index of at least 120?

And do you want negligent CEOs with crappy corps that will barely benefit your country? Perhaps it's best to be picky and develop a strategy about what specific corps you want in your country.


Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 09:10 pm Click here to edit this post
Look at your world specific forum and you will find recent posts from countries asking for CEOs. You could also post that you want to build, on the same forum.

Yeah, be a bit picky, look at tax and welfare like Madoff says.


Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 10:46 pm Click here to edit this post
Thanks. I have a welfare index over 120, and am taking your advice to lower my corp tax rate from 15% to 0%.

BUT, I gotta ask a question here: how does a 0% corp tax rate help a country earn revenue? I understand the more private corps there are making lots of money and expanding their quality of product, that will in turn employ lots of my country's citizens.

And then (I guess ?) those citizens will pay income taxes, plus the government's costs will fall, as there will be fewer unemployed or disabled or retired people.

But is there something else about a 0% corp tax rate that helps a country "make money?"



Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 11:03 pm Click here to edit this post
You encourage more CEOs into your country, you can afford to be more picky.

CEO corps pay (should pay Andy) country resources to you which are most often far higher than what a state corp will pay you. 1B+ a month for good ones, so thats how you benefit.

Nowadays I dont think 15% will make a lot of difference to 0% for any ceo. Over 30% definitely will deter them. But chosing between 15 and 0 I would rather go for the better welfare rather than the tax rate.

So make your welfare good and you could have 15% tax and get away with it. One thing you shouldnt do unless you want to really piss everyone off is suddenly raise the tax later. If you must change anything, message all your investors first. Its just good manners and thats how you win friends and influence people :)


Thursday, August 16, 2012 - 11:21 pm Click here to edit this post
The 0% tax rate doesn't provide more money to a country. It serves as an incentive to encourage CEOs to send their corps to that country. The CEOs save money by paying less taxes.

CEOs benefit your country by paying country resources fees. That's 20% of the gross income of the CEO corps.

Your goal is to get those country resource fees. That's why you should be picky and only allow industries that get high income.

Plus, the more CEO corps your country has, the more back to work schools your country can build. Those schools add workers to your country.


Friday, August 17, 2012 - 01:12 am Click here to edit this post
thanks both


Friday, August 17, 2012 - 04:54 am Click here to edit this post
zero or 30% tax is what I personally look for when building corps with my enterprise.

Zero because it's an indication the president has his mind made up and is committed to enterprise controlled corps, 30 because at least if there is a president, he's not screwing with the tax rate.

Granted I've yet to move a corp in a country with no more than 30% but when I get cleared out of the above 30% countries and run across one with less than 100% employment I probably would.

Otherwise it's going to cost to move it.

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