Before starting a business in Dubai, you have to decide on the type of company formation. You also need to choose a licence, based on the activities and services your company will provide. The next step is to prepare all legal documents, open a bank account and start the visa process.
All these tasks may be a lot of work. You can complete these steps at the Dubai Economic Department (DED) ,TAS’HEEL, but also at Hello Business Hub by Etisalat, where we can help you with some additional advices.
Before you get your trade licence, make sure you have your answers to these questions:
1. Do you know what problem you are solving with your business?
2. Have you identified your target audience?
3. Did you survey your target group to make sure your idea is validated?
4. Do you have a plan on how to get your first client?
While the technical and administrative aspects of setting up a business in the UAE may seem complex, we make it easier for you at the Hello Business Hub through our partners Virtuzone, DMCC, RAK Bank, AMER and others.
|We will help you understand the difference between mainland, free zone and offshore company formation and decide on the type of company that’s best for you. We will also prepare the relevant documentation with our partner Virtuzone.||STEP 2:
Get a business licence
|We will help you decide on the business activity which suits your business and its needs (selecting your trade licence).||STEP 3:
Get a bank account
|We will help you open your corporate account. RAK Bank is our partner in the hub with dedicated offers for startups.||STEP 4:
|We will help you to process visa applications for both you and your dependents, ensuring you meet the entry criteria and have all the required paperwork in place. The complete visa process goes through our partner in the hub, Amer.|
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