Adweb Consultancy offers a range of services to assist individuals and companies in establishing and operating a business in Dubai.
Working with Adweb Consultancy can provide numerous benefits for businesses in Dubai, including:
Our team of experienced consultants gives valuable advice, with specialized knowledge in key areas such as business strategy, marketing, financial management, operations, and human resources.
We know that every business is unique, and we work closely with our clients to develop tailored solutions that address their specific needs and challenges, helping them achieve their goals and objectives.
Our consultants help businesses streamline their operations and improve efficiency, by identifying areas for improvement and implementing process improvements that drive productivity and reduce costs.
Choose a Business Activity
The first step in the process is to choose the business activity that you want to engage in. This can be done by reviewing the list of approved business activities provided by the Department of Economic Development.
Choose a Legal Form
The next step is to choose the legal form of your business. This can be a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a limited liability company (LLC), or a branch of a foreign company.
Select a Trade Name
You must select a trading name for your business that is not already registered in the UAE. The name must also comply with the rules and regulations of the Department of Economic Development.
Obtain Initial Approval
Once you have selected your business activity, legal form, and trade name, you need to obtain initial approval from the Department of Economic Development.
You will need to secure a physical location for your business, which meets the requirements of the Department of Economic Development.
You will need to obtain various licenses and permits, depending on the nature of your business activity and the legal form of your business.
Register with Authorities
You will need to register your business with various authorities, such as the Department of Economic Development, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation, and the General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs.