Many countries around the world face disruptions in supply chains and other challenges due to the impact of Covid-19. While others see obstacles, many envision opportunities and are looking for reliable trading partners.
Dubai has numerous benefits and holds high positions in many rankings for the ease of doing business, security, location, legislation, low tax regime. These are the top advantages considered by many overseas businesses which are looking to expand internationally.
Dubai Economy Department, the authority for business licenses, had announced recently that it saw an overwhelming response for its DED Trader licence service. As it has been issuing 1,947 licences in the first-half of 2020 as compared to 1,064 in the same period last year, an increase of 83%.
The total number of DED Trader licences issued in June reached 577, an increase of 163 per cent compared to June 2019, when 219 licences were issued. The DED Trader licence enables start-ups in Dubai to conduct business activities online and across social networking accounts.
Rauf is a Senior Business Development Manager at EBS – Dubai Business Setup Service Provider and a well-known Business consultant in the UAE market. For more information, related to company formation in Dubai visit our website https://www.setupdubaibusiness.com/