Following lockdown restrictions during COVID-19 pandemic, online transactions in the United Arab Emirates increased more than 15% in May 2020 and grew further by over 30% in October 2020.
When starting a company setup in Dubai, you can choose between hiring full-time employees for every department of your company, or outsourcing specific activities to professional contractors.
With foreign investment increasing year by year, the local economy is booming — and so is the competition for the businesses driving that growth.
It is a prerequisite for businesses to provide an Arabic name, alongside its English version, during the UAE business licensing process.
Are you planning to sell the business you set up in Dubai? Many entrepreneurs like to sell their running businesses for a good profit, in order to reinvest it and start a new business in the UAE.
The events industry is an integral contributor to the Dubai economy. The Dubai World Trade Centre alone is reported to have hosted events worth AED13.1 billion, accounting for 3.3% of the GDP in 2018.
UAE free trade zones are areas that have special rules, import regimes, and tax concessions, and are governed by a special framework of regulations.
British companies account for nearly 29 percent of foreign companies in Dubai. At the same time, the UAE forms one of the UK’s most significant trade relationships, with exports totalling over 10.5 billion pounds in 2018.
With Dubai’s business ecosystem experiencing substantial growth, many companies and individuals are looking for the right photography company to capture their work. Yours could be the next one
Dubai is attractive to foreign investors for many reasons, one of which is the ease of doing business in the emirate.