Beginning 1st October 2021, Dubai will host Expo 2020 for six months, welcoming representatives from 190 countries to the UAE’s largest city.
The Dubai Economy has recently issued the guidelines for 100 percent ownership for foreign investors started from the beginning of June 2021. These changes are expected to encourage foreign direct investment flows into the vital economic sectors of the country.
Dubai government has initiated efforts to make it easier and cheaper for freelancers to work and live. GoFreelance is an initiative by the TECOM group. This allows freelancers to work in tech, education, media and design sectors.
When you are running a business outside your home country, cultural awareness is highly recommended especially when it comes to the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
When moving to a new country, one of the important steps of settling in is to familiarise yourself with its cultural norms and traditions.
If you’re moving to Dubai to set up a new business, in addition to making plans for your work, you’re probably starting to think about where you might want to live.
Here is a breakdown of how branding can help you when you start a business in Dubai and ensure success for your business.
As per UAE labour laws, anyone can apply for part-time work in Dubai.
When setting up a new business in the UAE, the first thing determining the office address, is the license, free zone, mainland or offshore.
When renewing their DED license, business owners must first ensure that the tenancy contracts for their rented properties have not expired.