The process of forming the company can be expected to be completed anywhere within 3-15 days once all the required paperwork and documentations of the company has been completed. With the right consultants to help you, like Shuraa Business Setup, you can establish your business in UAE in just three days. Business License and registration can be done within three weeks of time. Yet again, if the business activity requires certification or attestation for any other judicial body, it can stretch the time. Company formation in UAE free zones can take anywhere between 3-10 days, whereas an offshore company formation can be established within 48 hours if you have the right resources at hand.

UAE is strategically located between Europe and continents of Asia and Africa. The location, coupled with diverse and cosmopolitan residents, with strong focus on tourism makes Dubai the perfect vibrant mix for business. With 0% income tax and introduction of long-term visas, Dubai now allows 100% ownership in majority of businesses. This again makes it an ideal place for European clients to start their business within the emirates.
Setting up a company abroad can be very time consuming as well as confusing. Shuraa offers to make the process much simpler and most beneficial to our clients who are in need of any help. With our 20 years of experience and our amazing team you will be able to rely on us thoroughly, throughout the whole process.

We prioritise and safeguard you and your company’s interests by offering 100% ownership and control.
Apart from questioning yourself- what business to start? And how to start a business? You also need to consider the types of company structure before starting a business in Dubai. The region offers several structures suitable to a varied category of entrepreneurs. The primarily considered structures are as follows:

Free zone Company/ Free zone Enterprises
Mainland Business/ Onshore structures
Professional Services
Branch Office/ Representative office
Offshore Company
The cost of setting up a Business in Dubai or any other part of UAE, completely depends on the business activity, the area of operation, the jurisdictional authority as well as the entities transacting.
The Department of Economic Development is the concerned governmental authority responsible for all the business level activities in a mainland business setup in Dubai. Every free zone or offshore jurisdiction, have their own dedicated authority monitoring, managing and developing these jurisdictions.