Choose Alfa Zone for your Dubai mainland license. Tailored solutions for commercial, industrial, or professional ventures, aligned with your business goals.
Dubai Mainland license enables onshore business activities within and outside the UAE, issued by DED. Choose professional or commercial license for premium benefits.
Spend AED 1,000 or more using your credit card for any Alfa Zone services.
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Select your business category and structure. Register the unique name with DED from over 1,500 activities available in Dubai.
Choose a name and get it approved by DED. Register it with DED after approval (usually takes 3 days).
Submit your mainland trade license application to DED, ensuring compliance with permitted activities.
Get an office space or coworking option. Submit tenancy agreement, RERA docs, and EJARI, following DED's initial approval.
Craft a meticulous Memorandum of Association (MoA) defining partner shares and liberties. Alfa Zone offers expert help.
Complete the trade license process, submit required documents. Alfa Zone can assist throughout the application.
Obtain a corporate bank account swiftly with digital banks. Our experts guide you through the process.
Mainland Dubai: Easy, open, and attractive for entrepreneurs.
Various options include General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Company, Public Joint Stock Company, Private Joint Stock Company, Civil Company, Branch Office, and Sole Establishment.
No, unlike in some other countries, there are no restrictions on foreign ownership in Dubai Mainland.
While UAE law requires investors to specify the capital value in articles of incorporation and company statutes, there is no minimum amount for limited liability companies.
Consider criteria like ease of transportation, setup costs, official formalities, relevance to your business field, and potential for growth.
The UAE Federal Decree Law no. 32 of 2021 on Commercial Companies applies to any economic entity conducting commercial, financial, industrial, agricultural, real estate, or other economic activities on the mainland.
Corporate Tax is levied at a headline rate of 9% on taxable income exceeding AED 375,000.
Commercial activities can include gym, hospitality, import-export, retail, event and entertainment, manufacturing, and healthcare.
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