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WeWork and Virtuzone announce UAE partnership to provide business packages for entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs can set up their businesses in the Dubai World Trade Centre Free Zone with a workspace

WeWork and Virtuzone announce UAE partnership to provide business packages for entrepreneurs

Through the collaboration, entrepreneurs can set up their businesses in the Dubai World Trade Centre Free Zone (DWTC) from AED29,995.

Co-working firm WeWork and company formation specialists Virtuzone have partnered to offer entrepreneurs flexible workspaces and company licensing packages.

Through the collaboration, entrepreneurs can set up their businesses in the Dubai World Trade Centre Free Zone (DWTC) from AED29,995. With multiple packages available, clients can get their trade licence, visas and access to WeWork spaces around the world, all in one place.

The partnership is the first of its kind that WeWork has entered with a company formation agency.

“The economic impact of Covid-19 means that companies have to innovate and operate cost-efficiently to improve their value proposition and achieve sustainable growth,” said George Hojeige, CEO of Virtuzone.

“WeWork guarantees that our clients will benefit from workspaces that have full amenities and are situated in one of the most convenient locations within the UAE. Our partnership also provides startups and entrepreneurs with low-cost alternatives to traditional workspaces and highly flexible payment structures.”

The partnership ensures that all WeWork members get access to the best and most convenient company formation services, said Riad Thoumas, WeWork GM for the Middle East

“Our partnership with Virtuzone further demonstrates our commitment to providing turn-key solutions for our members,” said Thoumas.

“Now more than ever, businesses globally are being tested for their ability to adapt to the new realities our world is facing post Covid-19. We have been reviewing member feedback and working with industry partners across all sectors to ensure the ease of returning to work quickly and safely. Together, we have developed a plan for the future of the workplace which focuses on licensing, professional distancing, cleanliness, and house rules for health.”

For more information, get in touch with Virtuzone via wework@vz.ae.

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