DMCC launches new flexible pricing packages for companies
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The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) has launched two new packages – ‘Jump Start’ for small companies and start-ups and ‘Prime Plus’ to support medium and large companies – to support new businesses in the free zone by providing further discounts and offers on the company’s incorporation packages. They will both be available from February 2021.
“A central focus for DMCC is to allow both entrepreneurs and already established companies to set up their business in Dubai with minimum concerns so that they can focus on growing their operations. As such, the packages we are announcing include a variety of tailored solutions bringing greater choices and value to businesses,” said DMCC Executive Director Ahmad Hamza.
“By offering fast-track, flexibility and innovative products, we continue to increase the ease of doing business in Dubai. Given the Emirate’s economic resilience, we are confident that it will remain the chosen place for doing business in the months and years to come,” he added.
The ‘Jump Start’ package offers discounts of up to 24% on DMCC business licences and essential business tools, including flexi-desk solutions, UAE residency visas, flexible payments and access to new business opportunities through the DMCC Business Matching Hub. The package is available in one, two or three-year options.
The ‘Prime Plus’ package offers swift company set-up, fast-tracking application, more flexibility and savings on licences. It comes with a three-year company licence, flexible payments, dedicated support through the application submission and a 20% discount when taking an additional licence, among other benefits.
“In view of the difficulties that companies and businesses are facing due to COVID-19 pandemic, this initiative will surely boost new investments and business development in the free zone,” said Zana Jablan Musa, Director of Sovereign Corporate Services in Dubai. “There are plenty of reasons to be positive, not least the 2,025 new businesses that have been registered in DMCC during the pandemic.”