The Commercial Registration and Licensing Sector (DED) announced the addition of 53 new business activities to vital sectors during the first half of 2019. The total number of commercial activities reached more than 2,200 businesses. The move comes after the sector's periodic review of the needs of the local market, the principle of supply and demand, as well as the Dubai Economic Strategy to facilitate the business of commercial licensees and to provide their activities and market needs, which contributes to the realization of their development projects.
"This addition to the new activities comes within the framework of careful study of the current situation of the market and the survey of the views and proposals of business owners of licenses and those wishing to start business in the Emirate of Dubai, to know their needs and meet the requirements of the local market, which is undergoing continuous changes and developments. It is also a continuation of Dubai Economy's move to facilitate licensing procedures for limited liability companies and the development of services in general, as it has a positive impact on promoting private sector growth by overcoming obstacles for new entrepreneurs with new ideas to start any business they wish. To grow in it, and thus create more jobs ».
The Dubai Economic Directory (EDC) has launched the Economic Activities Guide, which demonstrates the mechanism of doing business and business activities in the Emirate of Dubai. The guide is a standard reference for economic classifications and contributes effectively to clarifying the various economic activities in the emirate. The Economic Activities Guide contains all information and explanations about licenses, registration mechanism, establishment of companies in various commercial activities, legal forms, as well as some licensing procedures such as site relocation, change of manager and license freeze. The most important feature of the guide is that it answers hundreds of questions of interest to companies and investors, especially those planning to invest in Dubai.
Within the framework of the joint cooperation with the Ministry of State for Food Security and in line with the growing interest in the issue of food security, the sector started 14 commercial activities in the field of agricultural production and aquaculture in the beginning of the year, including: advanced agriculture for vegetables, melons, roots and tubers, Fruit growing, advanced agriculture for palm and fruit, advanced agriculture for beverage crops, advanced agriculture for seasoning crops, advanced agriculture for cereals, leguminous crops and oilseeds, postharvest services Agricultural production, Sale of agricultural crops, Sale of aquaculture from domestic production, Aquaculture at sea, Onshore aquaculture, Post-harvest services for aquaculture, Operation of aquatic hatcheries.
This initiative reflects the government's interest in developing key sectors within the UAE and enhancing the country's global leadership position in line with the directives of HH Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, in looking ahead and providing quality food for future generations. Develop a comprehensive national system based on enabling food production.
The most prominent activities included a number of vital and specialized sectors in the Emirate of Dubai: Trading of stations and systems of charging electric cars and their spare parts, management and operation of electric vehicle charging stations, stock market industry, manufacture of fiberglass cement products, kitchen incubators, fuel supply services Aircraft, remote control aircraft manufacturing, ground handling services for non-commercial aircraft, airport warehousing and aircraft spare parts storage services, electronic cigarette trading and accessories, lifestyle consultancy, design and decoration work Business Contracting electromechanical, construction and technical services, technical survey services, connectivity services Central Station, securing sports clubs services, smart parts hardware trade, the preparation and formation of soap, shelter services for non-medical purposes, protection services from abuse, neglect and exploitation.
Only five activities have been created and licensed by the Dubai World Trade Center, including financial activities, the family office for property management and family investments only, and a central holding company that includes the companies it invests as an intermediary for any of the following: The DIFC Fund, A foreigner managed by the DIFC Fund Manager is regulated, a holding company of the DIFC, a private investment firm or a single family office, as well as other activities licensed by the DIFC and authorized activities as set forth in the NGO Law The Lakeh special place.
The list of activities also included: Aviation Training Institute, Future Sightseeing Museum, Sports Educational Facilities Facilities, Lifestyle Development Consultancy, Halal Quality and Certification Services, New Car Trading for Export, Real Estate Services Center, Catering Ready-made dishes, studies and research in the Islamic economy, real estate services center, ready meals and dishes.
Poll business opinion to see their needs and meet the requirements of the domestic market.