COMPANY FORMATION

Since UAE laws related to company formation are specific, and there are many different incorporation models available, we’ll help navigate you through the red tape and complicated procedures.

JURISDICTIONS IN THE UAE

So, you’ve got a unique, well-research business idea – great! You know exactly what you have to do to bring it to market: stop procrastinating and implement it as soon as you can. 

Click below to find out which jurisdiction for company formation is best for you and let’s get going!

A company looking to conduct business in the Dubai Mainland will need to register with the Department Economic Development (DED), which is the principal licensing authority.  It’s the government department responsible for issuing all licenses for corporate entities or individuals carrying out business in the Mainland, outside the Free Zones. 

A UAE national will need to act as a local sponsor for Mainland companies.

Help me incorporate a Mainland (DED) company

Free-zone trade is fast becoming the most popular economic option for start-ups, small businesses, and e-commerce companies in the UAE.  There are more than 40 Free Zones operating in the UAE which play host to over 25,000 diverse companies.  Free Zones are designed to encourage and attract foreign shareholders to invest in the local market since they have special tax, customs and import regulations within the UAE.

There are no restrictions on ownership, and Free Zones can be owned by a company or by any individual of any nationality.

I'd rather incorporate a Free Zone Company

The term “offshore” is used to define any business or investment made outside a country of residence.  When forming offshore companies, or incorporating offshore, means you’ll need to select a country.  Each jurisdiction has slightly different benefits, and therefore selecting the appropriate type of offshore is crucial for ensured business growth and continuity.  Offshores provide confidentiality, anonymity and the highest level of privacy.  It also allows for business to be conducted globally, as well as tax optimisation. 

There are no restrictions on ownership, and Offshores can be owned by a company or by any individual of any nationality.

I want to set up an offshore company

SO YOU WANT TO TAKE YOUR BUSINESS TO THE NEXT LEVEL?

WE'RE AS EXCITED AS YOU ARE! BECAUSE WANT TO SEE YOU SUCCEED.

You have Successfully Subscribed!

Get the Offshore Comparison Chart for free!

Get the Offshore Comparison Chart for free!

Sign up and receive a free offshore company formation comparison chart, right in your inbox

Thank you! Please check your email

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares
Share This