Starting a business in the UAE is a challenging process, regardless of how enthusiastic, knowledgeable and well equipped an entrepreneur may be. There are many unique aspects of company formation in UAE including legal requirements, resident visas and license registrations that must be addressed before you begin to implement business operations like customer acquisition and product creation. Unfortunately, the process of acquiring a trade license can be so time consuming and confusing that many would-be startups fail to even launch.
It is said that the most successful partnerships don’t rely on a singular common goal, but work together continuously on a shared path of equality, desire and passion to achieve the very best results.
It was in the same spirit of partnership and friendship that brought the entire teams of Creative City Free Zone and Creative Zone to Fujairah recently, joining together for their annual Iftar dinner.
Steve Mayne, Managing Partner of Dubai business set-up company, Creative Zone, interviewed on Drive Live studio to explore this topic in more detail. This interview was broadcast on ‘Industry Insider’ on Sunday 19th June.
Integreat Center is Dubai’s first holistic special needs center for young adults aged 16 to 25, offering programs in life skills development and vocational training. The three enterprising co-founders; Kiran Thakur, Ayukta Thakur and Nikita Patel conducted exhaustive research with often-frustrated parents, before conceptualizing Integreat Center - a professionally managed space that represents a safe, supportive and vibrant community for individuals with special needs and their families and friends.