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UAE Company Formation

UAE Company Formation

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Establish your company in the UAE with ease and confidence with UAE Company Formation services. Benefit from the streamlined process and expert knowledge of our team to navigate through the complexities of UAE business registration. Boost your international presence and growth potential today.


  1. Trade License: A trade license is a basic requirement for any business activity in the UAE. It is issued by the Department of Economic Development (DED) or the relevant free zone authority, depending on the location of your business.

  2. Commercial License: A commercial license is required for companies engaged in trading activities, including import, export, and sale of goods. It is issued by the DED or the relevant free zone authority.

  3. Professional License: Professionals such as consultants, accountants, lawyers, and engineers need to obtain a professional license from the DED or the respective professional regulatory authority.

  4. Industrial License: Businesses involved in manufacturing or industrial activities require an industrial license, which is issued by the DED or the relevant free zone authority.

  5. Local Sponsorship or Partnership: In mainland UAE, foreign businesses often need to have a local sponsor or partner who is a UAE national or a UAE-owned company. This sponsorship arrangement is typically required for obtaining certain licenses.

  6. Free Zone License: If you choose to operate your business within one of the many free zones in the UAE, you will need to obtain a license from the respective free zone authority. Free zone licenses offer various benefits, including 100% foreign ownership, tax exemptions, and simplified company setup procedures.

  7. Special Permits: Depending on the nature of your business activities, you may need to obtain special permits or approvals from government authorities. For example, businesses in sectors such as healthcare, food, construction, and transportation may require specific permits or certifications.

  8. Visas and Work Permits: If you plan to employ staff in the UAE, you will need to arrange visas and work permits for your employees. This involves obtaining a labor card and residency visas from the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MOHRE) or the relevant free zone authority.

  9. Health and Safety Certifications: Certain businesses, especially those in sectors such as food, healthcare, and construction, may need to comply with health and safety regulations and obtain relevant certifications from government authorities.

  10. Environmental Permits: Businesses that have potential environmental impacts, such as manufacturing or waste management companies, may need to obtain environmental permits from the relevant authorities.

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