Can a Business Registered as eCommerce be involved in another type of Software Business

Hi,

I recently registered an LLC in Boston, MA as eCommerce and Software Development
company. Can the company also invovle in software consulting services, act as
consultancy agency and place our contractors at client location? Also, can we bid
for software contracts and provide outsourcing software development services to
clients?

Thanks in advance for your time.

regards,
Esther S

Asked on March 11, 2018 under Business Law, Massachusetts

Answers:

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 2 years ago | Contributor

Asa general rule a business is not restricted as to the type of business it can conduct so laong as it is a lawful enterpise; this is true no matter what it originally registered as.

SJZ, Member, New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 2 years ago | Contributor

Yes, you can do this. Businesses are not limited to what they initially registered as--a business may essentially conduct any legal or lawful business, and can expand or change its lines of busienss at will. Certain fields may require specific licenses (e.g. property management generally requires a realtor's license), but that is a function of the requirements of the specific businesses you want to into. What you describe does not appear to require any such specific licenses.


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