Bern


The capital city of Switzerland, Bern has a large population of tourists and locals alike. Located in a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site, the city offers businesses a unique and beautiful location to host a pop-up shop.


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Informations juridiques

Oui. La sous-location est autorisée, en général.
Non, il n'y a pas de restrictions.
Subleasing is not possible without the landlord's consent.
Non, une prolongation du bail ne peut être exclue par contrat.
Tenancy extension cannot be limited by contract, however commercial short-term leases might be excluded from this.
Tenancy extension cannot be limited by contract, however commercial short-term leases might be excluded from this.
Non, l'assurance responsabilité civile n'est pas exigée par la loi.
Non, aucun permis n'est nécessaire pour exploiter un commerce de détail. Toutefois, des permis peuvent être nécessaires pour la construction et d'autres travaux.
Normally, no special business permits are required as long as an individual has obtained the necessary work and residence permits. For certain shop categories, e.g. food, alcohol, tobacco, etc., special permit regulations nevertheless apply. Registration of a business in the Commercial Register will automatically result in a general business licence (certificate) being issued. In some specific sectors including banking, insurance, transport, and employment services, a special licence is required.
Generally, shops have the following opening hours: - From Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. - On Saturday from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. (also applies to days before public holidays). Please note: - Once a week (Monday to Friday) there may be an evening sale until 10 p.m. - Two times a year all shops are allowed to open on public holidays. - Extended opening hours apply to certain types of shops (e.g. petrol stations, kiosks, bakeries, flower shops).
A building construction may be necessary in some cases (for example a change in the interior of a building that affects fire safety).