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Get a business license in UAE now in only 45 minutes

BY Shahzad Saeed Jun 13, 2023. 10:41 am UPDATED: Jun 13, 2023. 10:41 am

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The Sharjah Publishing City Free Zone (SPC Free Zone) has made it quicker and simpler to launch a new business in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

It has introduced a quick procedure for setting up a business that enables entrepreneurs to obtain their licenses in less than 45 minutes. Aspiring business owners, particularly those in the publishing, creative, and related industries, can find the ideal fit for their endeavors among a wide range of 1,500 business activities.

The world’s first publishing-specific Free Zone, SPC Free Zone offers entrepreneurs a singular opportunity to join the largest publishing ecosystem in the area.

Business owners can launch their ventures in an environment that is friendly to business by utilizing this creative setup process.

SPC Free Zone provides a unique package that lowers startup and licensing expenses for businesses in order to support entrepreneurs even more.

This package comes with all the necessary document processing, including the lease agreements, share certificates, and certificates of formation, as well as the memorandum of association. Additionally, it addresses crucial administrative procedures such as e-channel registration, the issuance of establishment cards, and UAE residency within five days. For a cost of AED 14,500 ($3,950), this package provides excellent value.

New businesses that choose SPC Free Zone get access to a variety of first-rate business support services in addition to the expedited setup process. Corporate banking assistance, adaptable office options (furnished or adaptable unfurnished spaces), and the only print-on-demand printing facility in the area are among these services.

Businesses will additionally benefit from low operating costs, strategic access to seaports on both the Arabian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman, and professional assistance, providing a solid foundation for growth and success.

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