We assist all workers from all nationalities in:
¤ Companies Establishment.
¤ Establish a service agent.
¤ Establishment of Sole.
¤ Sponsorship for types of institutions and licenses for all activities in the UAE and Oman.
We provide our services to any national who have aim of business in UAE and OMAN We can eastablish any kind of company in the listed countries (UAE & Oman).
Selecting the type of business/commercial activity that you want to do company setup in Dubai, will identify the options regarding the legal form of the company and the parties associated with that activity.
Joint Liability Company : A joint liability company can conduct only commercial and industrial activities.
Limited Liability Company (LLC) : Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) can conduct any industrial, commercial, professional and tourism business. Some professional business is not permitted and others require additional approvals.
Public Joint Stock Company : A public joint stock company can practice any industrial, commercial or professional business activities.
Private Joint Stock Company : A Private joint stock company can conduct only commercial and industrial activities.
Civil company : Under a civil company, professional businesses in recognized fields such as medicine, law, engineering and accountancy are allowed.
Branch of a local or GCC Company : A branch of a local or GCC company can conduct activities included on the main company license.
Branch of a foreign company : A branch of a foreign company can conduct selected commercial and professional activities; same as what the head office conducts.
Branch of a free zone company : A branch of a free zone company can conduct commercial, industrial and professional businesses as long as the activity of the main company is authorized on the mainland.
Sole establishment : A business owner can practice any industrial, commercial or professional business activities. An industrial or commercial type sole proprietorship is only permitted for UAE nationals or GCC nationals The UAE Cabinet may also restrict some activities to be exercised exclusively by UAE nationals.
A trade name distinguishes one business from another. It also reflects the nature and the form of the business.
After seeking the initial approval that you can proceed for additional approvals of authorities other than the DEDs which is required in case of certain business/trading activities.
All businesses must have a physical address. The applicants must determine a site to conduct their businesses. The location must comply with the requirements set out by the Department of Economic Development in the respective emirate and the zoning regulations of the local municipalities.
In Dubai, you need to show a rent agreement (MoU) for the proposed location of your business and this must be registered with Ejari for attestation. You can add a new trade licence to the same location. In Dubai, you need to consider the following:
We can help you look for your business location, where the prices ranges according to the area and the location:
1. In the city the offices prices starts from 19,000 Dhs
2. Outside the city and in the industrial areas offices prices starts from 15,000 Dhs
3. For the exhibitions the differer depending on the location of the exhibition
4. Obtaining approvals of relevant authorities
Sometimes approvals of bodies other than the DEDs are required. These bodies are the entities governing respective activities. For example, businesses that:
conduct insurance activities must obtain the approval of Ministry of Economy
conduct transport activities must obtain the approval of Ministry of Interior
offer legal consultancies must abstain the approval of Ministry of Justice
sell firefighting equipment must obtain the approval of Civil Defence.
Applicants should seek the assistance of DED to know what other approvals are required.
• Business activities that fall under the DED's control do not require any additional activity-specific licensing approvals.
After completing the steps above, you need to:
• submit all the documents to DED in the respective emirate
• finalise due payments. Then, you can get your business licence.
You need to apply to become a member of the chamber of commerce in the emirate you operate in, before you can commence with your business activity.