The government of the UAE, in an effort to promote trade and business setup in UAE, has been working on a policy of bringing diversified business setup in Dubai and different legal business entities. The aim was to create an environment where all types of businesses from different industries could not only survive but flourish because of the favorable conditions. Moderate paper work, quick processes and moderate processing fees are part of the incentives provided to the businesses as well.
All those involved in company formation at Al Arabiya, Middle East know how to maneuver the process of company formation for the company’s clients. Perfect knowledge of documents and processes allow the consultancy to make processes quicker and the company to take a flying start.
Mainland company formation Dubai is one type of company formation that has proved to be fruitful for those who want to own a business setup in Dubai.
The idea behind the creation of “free zones” globally was to build a model which encourages economic activity i.e. provision of key benefits so that entrepreneurs and multinational firms establish and freely conduct their business in free zone. Dubai free zones are the most favorable locations in the Middle East for international operations as they offer complete ownership to a foreign investor, zero taxation and customs privileges.
Unlike mainland’s heavy constitution and operating requirements for businesses such as appointment of UAE national local sponsor – Dubai free zones’ policies and timeframe for new business setup is way lighter and quicker as documentation work and administrative requirements are minimal and there is no need to appoint local service agent to obtain license.
Any legal entity established with the purpose of making profit, outside the country of residence is an offshore company. Such a company is often formed in a tax-free haven or an offshore financial center and is also known as International Business Company (IBC) or Non-Resident Company (NRC). Being a Non-Resident Company means that shareholders do not get visa and there is no physical office for offshore company in UAE. Furthermore, Dubai offshore companies are not issued an operating license which means they cannot conduct manufacturing, trading or professional services in UAE. They are often incorporated for the purpose of managing offshore wealth, mutual funds, properties, hotels etc. They are only granted certificate of incorporation.
Investors are always looking for the answer to the question, “How to start a business in Dubai”. The answer lies in consulting Al Arabiya. A LLC provides them with just those opportunities as the local and international markets are within reach. The Dubai Mainland is home to many LLCs. The process of incorporating a LLC is long and tiring and that is why Al Arabiya lets you sit back while it takes care of important business. To get a LLC registered, there is a need to get documents attested and approved from government departments and this is exactly what Al Arabiya does for its clients.