In a world first, you can now start businesses remotely in Dubai. Investors from around the world will now be able to start their own businesses in Dubai, without actually being present in the UAE. This is thanks to a new initiative put in place by the Dubai Investment Development Agency and the Alliance Business Centres Network. Dubai has been a hub for business for many years and it is hoped that by allowing people to start businesses remotely, Dubai’s business market will improve even further.
Start Businesses Remotely in Dubai
This collaboration between the Dubai Investment Development Agency and the Alliance Business Centres Network will enable investors to use a network of 650 business centres. The business centres will be placed across 85 cities in 45 different countries. These centres will allow them to set up a business remotely in Dubai. There’s no need for them to be physically present in the city.
In a statement, the Dubai Investment Development Agency and the Alliance Business Centres Network explained that this is part of the Dubai Investment Development Agency’s efforts to attract sustainable foreign investment. It’s all part of the Dubai Plan 2021 and a way to promote Dubai as a competitive place to do business.
This new measure is just one of many other forms that aim to boost Dubai to investors. The goal is to increase investor confidence in starting businesses remotely in Dubai and to highlight Dubai as a good business environment. The Dubai Investment Development Agency has said that it aims to attract international companies to Dubai. This is in the hope that they will use the city as a place to expand their business. In order to do this, a number of them will need to start up remotely.