You need a cost-effective, all-inclusive business setup package and that's exactly what we offer you. Our company formation packages are easy on your pocket and include the essentials to get your license and begin operations right away.
Our licensing packages include local sponsorship, economic department licensing fee, company name registration and the entire range of document clearance services required to complete a new licensing procedure. You have the freedom to add any further items to your package, such as a business address for licensing, investor visa processing and serviced office space and much more.
Compulsory Requirements For Business Setup in Dubai
In Dubai, it's compulsory to have a local sponsor (UAE national) involved when setting up a new business. A trading company must have legal documents to show that 51% of the shares is owned by a local. An expatriate may only own the remaining 49%. However, through a Memorandum of Understanding, these terms can be adjusted to suit the investor's purposes.
In the case of a professional practice, a local service agent is required, but this agent has no involvement in the company's business operations, management or profit sharing. The agent will merely be a figurehead representative when drafting legal agreements and establishing other business documentation required in Dubai.
An office address that can be verified by the Dubai Municipality is also a necessity when setting up a new business in Dubai. Office space requirements are varied based on the type of license and it's the investor's responsibility to ensure a valid tenancy contract for an office is available at the time of applying for the license.
However, these regulations do not apply to free zone company formations. Dubai free zone companies are 100% owned by the investors/partners and are established withing a few days through the relevant free zone authority. Dubai free zones offer sophisticated infrastructure, all facilities and residency visas for investors.
Small Business Owners: Why We Recommend A Dubai Economic Department License For You
1) You need share capital (RAK FZ: minimum AED 100,000/- and JAFZA: minimum AED 500,000/-) for a free zone business. No capital is required for a Dubai mainland (DED) license.
2) A free zone license is strictly associated with free zone office space (you have to rent it), but Dubai mainland businesses can be run from a business centre with cheaper rent and all-inclusive services (special provisions are available)
3) Free zone business license and visa costs are cheaper, but it restricts you to work within free zones and international regions only - with a Dubai mainland (DED) license, you can have clients from anywhere in UAE as well as internationally
4) The long-term free zone benefits and services are more appropriate for a large international company than a small business owner.
In both types of companies, there are no income taxes and if you're thinking of starting a professional practice, you own the company 100%, regardless of whether it's in free zone or mainland Dubai.