Our reputation for business setup expertise and professional services in the UAE is second to none. Based in Dubai, we deliver quality staffing and outsourcing, HR and PRO services to thousands of companies across the United Arab Emirates and throughout the MENA region.
If you’re looking to establish your business in the UAE or wider Middle East, then talk to TASC. We’re the region’s recognised business formation specialists, and we will navigate you through the entire process, from having the license issued to obtaining the required Government approvals.
Once you’re operational, trust your PRO services to us. Though a key aspect of doing business in the Middle East, the importance of an efficient PRO is often overlooked. With more than 15 years’ experience, we’re the leading PRO services company in the UAE, and offer dependable, scalable PRO solutions.
When it comes to documentation processes, the UAE has a smart solution for businesses. Every company in the UAE has two choices to handle its legal documentation process. They can either keep the administrative process in-house or outsource it to a corporate PRO service provider.
On October 1st 2021 Dubai was finally able to welcome visitors to the Expo 2020, a wonder that had been delayed for close to 18 months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
What are PRO Services in the UAE? PRO (Public Relations Officers) are government certified individuals appointed by any organisation as a liaison between an organisation and various government authorities, facilitating regulatory processes required by the organisation to operate seamlessly.
TASC assists with company incorporation across more than 50 free zones and can also assist with mainland and offshore company formation.
No, an NOC is not required when setting up your company and obtaining a trade license. However, if your business requires incorporation in a certain jurisdiction, our company formation experts can guide you on all the incorporation requirements.
Whilst this could be a requirement by certain jurisdictions in the UAE, paid-up share capital is not required at the time of incorporation. At Decisive Zone, our team of experts can guide you on the most suitable setup option.
No, a local sponsor is not required for setting up a free zone company. A free zone company can be owned 100% by an expatriate shareholder(s).
An offshore company is a legal entity incorporated with the intention of operating and executing business outside the UAE. Whilst offshore companies are permitted to open a bank account in the UAE, they are not able to issue visas under the company or have a physical office within the UAE.
A freelance permit is ideal for sole practitioners looking to individually work as freelancers without hiring employees or leasing an office space. The permit is issued under an individual’s name and can only facilitate opening a personal bank account. Freelancers are also restricted to a particular area of operation. Get in touch with us today to learn more.
To change your company name you must first come up with a new suggested company name and we will seek approval from the licensing authority/jurisdiction. Upon availability of the name and the approval an advert must be placed in a local newspaper notifying this change (a legal notice of company name change). We also require signed amendment forms and all of the original company documents must be returned.
The Department of Economic Development (DED) is the regulatory authority for issuing a mainland license in the UAE. A mainland license, also referred to as an onshore license, gives you the flexibility to operate inside of the UAE and outside of the UAE without any limitations. Each free zone jurisdiction has a specific list of activities which can only be operated within the creating free zone or outside of the UAE. There are certain limitations to a free zone company which varies from free zone to free zone. An offshore company is a legal entity incorporated with the intention of operating and executing business outside the UAE. Offshore companies are permitted to open a bank account in the UAE, however, they cannot issue visas or have a physical office space within the UAE.
Yes, we do have an attractive referral incentive package of up to AED …….. per successful referral!
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