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26/1/2022

Check out this game-changing package which benefits investors in terms of paying the fees for their business setup on an ongoing monthly basis. Potential investors are required to sign a lease contract and move their operations into the free zone before the end of January 2022 to avail the offer!

Dubai CommerCity, the first and leading e-commerce enabler has recently launched their e-commerce business setup incentive package in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region. The initiative is aimed to stimulate the economy and to enable the new companies and potential investors grow their e-commerce and omnichannel sources.

Notable Features
  • §   100% foreign Ownership.
  • §   No Corporate Tax, Income  Tax, Capital Gains Tax and Withholding Tax.
  • §   100% repatriation of  capital and profits.
  • §   Proximity to government  support and administrative services.
  • §   UAE residence visa  eligibility.
  • §   Proximity to Dubai  International Airport and the city center, ultimately translating into  quicker deliveries.
  • §   Infrastructure and  policies designed around the ease of B2C e-commerce-based transactions.
  • §   Partnership with service  providers that have pre-negotiated rates and Service Level Agreements.
  • §   Tailored customs  solutions that would help in finding expansion strategies in the United Arab  Emirates.

In addition to this, the free zone also provides state-of-the art offices, warehousing facilities, last-mile delivery services, flexible office sizes and scalable fulfilment centres, specifically designed to cater to client requirements for the development of e-commerce businesses and other fields.

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