A Mainland Company Incorporation or DED license Company in Dubai is registered under the Department of Economic Development (DED). It is also known as onshore company formation. Company registration in mainland Dubai under the department of Dubai Economic Development has a restriction on foreign ownership.
Investors prefer Mainland company formation for excellent infrastructure and facilities. UAE is the first preference for most of the investors when it comes to setting up a mainland company. It comes with features like flexible office availability, Flexibility to do business in any part of UAE and availability of major ports – Jebel Ali, Port Rashid are major advantages for setting up a business in UAE. UAE is an international trading hub & one of the most opted destinations for meetings, conferences, exhibitions, trade & sporting events. From Mainland Company Incorporation to Administration and accounting we help you get it right the first time.
License must have 51% Shares Held by UAE National & 49% shares hold by Expat(s) or License – 100% Expat & UAE National as Local Service Agent without holding any shares
a) Trade Name Selection
b) Initial Approval
c) Court Notarization
d) Tenancy contract / Ejari
e) Final submission and obtaining payment voucher
f) Issuance of license
g) Issuance of Labor card
h) Issuance of Establishment card
i) Stamping of his investor Visa
Any investor who is currently employed and who wishes to start his own company and wishes to continue his current job therefore, he can obtain NOC from his current employer and can be a partner in the new company.
As per his nature of business investors need to decide where they require the office and the size of their office. Different activities have different office size requirements. Staff quota is inter- related with office size.
As per the recent report submitted by CBRE there is an endorsement which is reinforce by the facts that 56 percent of global multinationals choose to have their presence in Dubai by having their operating offices in this promising emirate.