Apart from economic advantages, Abu Dhabi offers a nonpareil lifestyle quality and has gained great success in transforming itself into a vivacious metropolis in a short space of time. With industry leading infrastructure and most significantly, the financial benefits for businesses, have made Abu Dhabi the perfect location for expatriates.
Our business set up consultants in Abu Dhabi have the professional expertise and experience in setting up the various legal commercial entities in the UAE including, Joint Ventures, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), Establishments, Foreign Branches, Rep Offices and Free Zone companies.
Limited Liability Companies (LLC) are one of the most common types of corporate commercial entities that entrepreneurs and corporations can establish in the UAE. With a quick and easy process, and a broad range of business incentives, LLCs are widely preferred by entrepreneurs and corporations that want to penetrate the UAE market and establish a solid footing in the Middle East region. Read more >>
If your foreign company is looking for exposure in the UAE market, you may want to set-up a Trade Representative Office. This type of representation is useful in promoting a foreign company and introducing your products to UAE companies as a non-trading ‘shop-window’. Read more >>
A professional business is defined as “work based on investing mental talents and acquired information”. A Professional Licence/Civil Company is a business for professionals in recognized fields such as doctors, lawyers, engineers and accountants. A Civil Company can only practice professional business and is 100% owned by professional partners.Read more >>
A foreign investor can set-up a company in the UAE either in one of the many Free Zones or in the UAE mainland. Free Zone Authorities are the government bodies that register and issue business licences to non-resident companies in the UAE free zone. Free Zones allow corporate structures to have a physical presence in the UAE, allows 100% foreign ownership and offers prebuilt facilities and modernised one stop-shop registration and administrative services. Read more >>
Freelancing has become increasingly popular in the UAE, and thankfully Freelance Permits are now available in many Free Zones based in Dubai, Ras Al Khaimah and Abu Dhabi. These permits allow for specialised individuals in the media, technology and education sectors to offer their services on a consultancy basis, even if they have a full time job – this initiative has become legalised (with the correct permit) by the UAE to boost diverse skills into the local market. Read more >>
The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai launched the Instant Licence initiative in 2018 to help boost UAE economy by attracting new investors into the market and making it easier and quicker to set up commercial licence in the mainland UAE. Read more >>
We provide expedient, reliable and cost-effective services for large corporations and SMEs, making us one of the choice PRO companies in the UAE. Through years of local industry experience, we have built enduring relationships with key government bodies, allowing us to offer our clients a seamless and efficient process for all their company and visa requirements. Read more >>
In order to protect Abu Dhabi’s infrastructure and assets, CICPA was set up to prevent any security risks or actions by hostile groups. The Critical Infrastructure and Coastal Protection Authority (CICPA) is responsible for safeguarding Abu Dhabi and therefore they issue security permits for companies, vehicles, vessels, land and individuals who work in sectors which are considered to be a vital part of Abu Dhabi’s infrastructure. Read more >>
SPC (Supreme Petroleum Council) approval authorises a company with the activity of “Onshore and Offshore Oil & Gas Field & Facilities Services” and is required when a company would like to work with ADNOC or any company attributed to ADNOC. Read more >>
The Abu Dhabi Government introduced the Classification Process for Contracting Companies and Engineering Consultancy firms to help regulate the industry to ensure National and Foreign Companies were capable of undertaking the work they were tendering for. The Classification Departments role is assessing all the contracting firms and the engineering consultancy offices registered across the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in accordance to well defined and specific criterion; financial standing, quality, health and safety requirements, executed and carried out projects, technical and accounting staff as stated in the engineering consulting offices classification regulation No. (1) for the year 2009 and the contractors classification regulation No. (2) for the year 2009 and thus participate in tenders within the Emirate. Read more >>