Breakfast talk explains proposed 120-day trade licence

CEO of business registration and licensing sector of DED to give seminar at Dubai’s Capital Club
Breakfast talk explains proposed 120-day trade licence
By Neil King
Thu 10 Apr 2014 12:17 PM

The details of Dubai’s proposed 120-day trade licence for investors will be explained at a breakfast seminar by CEO of the business registration and licensing sector of the Department of Economic Development, Mohammed Shael Al Saadi.

The event, hosted by the Capital Club in association with Fit For Business aims to explain the planned licence, which is set to be launched later this year, and would allow investors to have fixed-term licences issued immediately to simplify the investment and registration process.

Under the new scheme, investors would have 120 days to finish the usual licensing paperwork required to officially start, as well as giving them an opportunity to hire employees, test products, and get their business up and running.

Al Saadi will discuss the new licence, and take questions from the audience.

Tickets to the talk are available from, costing AED100 for Fit For Business members, and AED200 for non-members, with breakfast included.

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