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TASC offers flexible solutions in Dubai
The UAE is a resource-rich, dynamic economy with a highly efficient business climate.
The business environment, powered by free market policies, encourages the establishment of a wide spectrum of commercial and industrial activities. Many see UAE as a land of opportunities, however it often presents challenges for those looking to start business in the country as setting up a business in UAE isnít easy!
- Branch of a Foreign Company within a Free Zone or outside a Free Zone in the UAE
- Representative Office of a Foreign Company
- Free Zone Limited Liability Company
- Limited Liability Company: Must have one or more UAE National as partner whose shareholding shall not be less than 51% of the paid-up capital
- Private / Public Shareholding Company: Must have one or more UAE National as partner whose shareholding shall not be less than 51% of the paid-up capital
Foreign companies may carry out commercial or industrial activity in the UAE after complying with registration and licensing procedures.
Many face challenges in terms of gaining a sound understanding of the labour law, getting visa for their employees especially those who want to come on a short term basis to set-up their business. The UAE labour law requires any expatriate employee to get approved by the ministry prior to entering the country followed by certain immigration procedures like submitting a bank guarantee etc. TASC helps avoids the hassles of doing the paperwork and deal with the legalities and can save time and legwork to help kick-start your business operations.
You can choose TASC to avoid all the hassles and get smooth work permits, payroll & sponsorship solutions. We can deploy your Sales & Marketing personnel / consultants / contractors in UAE on our work visa/permit and you can start selling your product / services straightaway. Business expansion in Dubai (UAE) made easier, quicker and affordable.
If you are looking for your company to expand work in UAE market or opening up a branch in UAE, contact us immediately, we will handle the process from start to finish!