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Setting up a Business in Dubai

Setting up a Business in Dubai

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Setting up a Business in Dubai

Advice & Guidance on Setting Up a Business in Dubai

Welcome to our Business Set Up section, here we take a look at all things related to starting a business in Dubai, whether you are looking at a public, LLC or a Freezone you will find everything you are looking for right here. We tackle all the legalities involved, licensing and ownership requirements as well as how your business will be structured. Will you be entering a partnership? A public sector or share holding company? Or a limited liability company? Here we break each of these types of business down to give you an understanding of what each means and how you go about setting up on your own business. If you want to set up a free zone establishment, then this guide is an absolute must. Don't overlook the nitty gritty, it's the finer details you will need to make sure you get everything just right whilst you embark on your brand new venture.

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Business Set Up News & Features

  • Legal Structures of Business

    Business Set Up

    If you want to start a business in Dubai, you'll need to know about the legalities of doing so such as Federal Law and the Commercial Companies Law - whereby its by-laws govern the operations of foreign business. The provisions of these regulations mean the following... The Federal Law stipulates a total local equity of not less than 51% in any commercial company and defines seven categories of business organisation which can be established in the UAE. It sets out the requirements in terms of shareholders, directors, minimum capital levels and incorporation procedures. It further lays down provisions governing conversion, merger and dissolution of companies.

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    We often get asked queries on our busy forum about how to get refunds and exchanges in stores and what your consumer rights are in Dubai. Policies on returns seem to vary store by store from some having no returns whatsoever to very open return policies. Here we take a look at some advice from the Consumer Rights division of the DED- the Department of Economic Development in Dubai.

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  • Consulates & Embassies in Dubai

    Consulates & Embassies in Dubai

    You may need to visit your home country's embassy or consulate during your residence in Dubai for anything from a passport renewal to advice on getting married or birth certifcate information. So here we have a big list of them for you with contact details, phone numbers, web address, locations and email addresses so that you can get in touch with them when you need to.

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  • Emergency Numbers

    Emergency Numbers

    It is always better to be safe than sorry so just in case here we have the local emergency numbers to take note of and store into your phone in case you are ever in need of them. In cases of serious emergencies the number to dial throughout the UAE is 999. Calls to this number are always free of charge. When calling the emergency number it is important to remain calm and speak clearly. Always state your name, the nature of the emergency, the address of the emergency and how serious it is. Always provide your telephone number to the operator on the other end of the line.

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