Use a single point of contact for service providers
Would you like to offer a service in Baden-Württemberg? Do you want to know how to do this and what documents are required?
The single point of contact at the district office or city will help you. He is networked with various administrative offices and chambers and will guide you step by step through the individual administrative procedures. He is a partner for all procedures. You can also complete all procedures and submit documents online outside of Baden-Württemberg .However, you are not obliged to use the Single Point of Contact.
The city/district responsible for you, if it has taken on the role of Single Point of Contact.
- come from Germany or a member state of the European Union and
- would like to take up an activity in Baden-Württemberg in accordance with the EU Services Directive or
- are already providing a service here, but still require authorisation to do so.
The exact procedure depends on your service and the formalities required for it. Ask your Single Point of Contact for more information or use the electronic application procedure.
You can find out which documents you need during the electronic application process or from your Single Point of Contact.
Costs may arise for individual authorisations.
If your documents are complete, they will be forwarded promptly.
Some service sectors are expressly excluded. These are, for example
- Financial services
- Services in the field of electronic communications
- Transport services
- Services provided by temporary employment agencies
- Gambling services that require a monetary stake
- private security services and
- Activities of notaries and bailiffs
If your service is one of these, please contact your Single Point of Contact for advice.
If you want to set up a company as a service provider in another EU country, the points of single contact in that EU country will support you. They will provide you with all the information about the procedures that need to be completed in order to carry out your specific activity. You can complete all the necessary formalities online.
8The German original version of this text was drafted in close cooperation with the relevant departments. The Innenministerium released it on 11.10.2023. Only the German text is legally binding. The Federal State does not assume any liability for the translated texts. In cases of doubt or if you have any questions or problems, please contact the relevant authorities directly.05.1