Major Positive update from the UAE government overnight: Mohammed bin Rashid: The Cabinet will follow up on the package of stimulus and economic, legislative and procedural facilities in the country to reach the best business environment globally. The Council of Ministers announces the abolition of mandatory bank guarantee for the recruitment of workers and replacing […]
About James Swallow
James is the Commercial Director at PRO Partner Group.
We provide impartial advice regarding the best way to set-up in the UAE - Offshore, Free-Zone, Onshore - Limited Liability Company, Foreign Branch, Representative Office.
We provide trusted local partnership services - ensuring full management, administrative and financial control remains with the foreign party and the appointed General Manager and intellectual property and assets are protected.
We also provide on-the-ground 'PRO' support work to obtain the relevant licences, visas and government approvals and pre-qualifications.
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Business during Ramadan in the UAE It is important to understand that Ramadan will have an impact on both business owners and expatriates living and working within the UAE. It is therefore imperative for companies and employers to be well informed on etiquette as well as potential opportunities and challenges during the month ahead. For […]
With the aim of generating almost half of the country’s energy from renewable resources by 2050, the UAE is planning to invest in renewable energy companies and projects to the tune of $163 billion. With considerable solar power potential, the future has never looked brighter, and the UAE is an attractive place for companies interested […]
German version >> Russian version >> English version >> Las 10 preguntas más importantes sobre establecer una empresa en los EAU. Establecer una empresa en los EAU puede ser extremadamente gratificante, pero hay muchas cosas que considerar. James Swallow de PRO Partner Group y su equipo, han ayudado a cientos de organizaciones e inversores extranjeros a establecer […]
The IMF – as reported by the Khaleej Times – expects the UAE economy to grow by 4.4% during 2018, the fastest of any Middle East country and a significant increase on the 2017 forecast of just 1.5%. What are the key factors fuelling this growth? Ask most people in Abu Dhabi about 2017, and […]
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