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KIKLABB, Virtuzone to issue entrepreneurs with trade licences over WhatsApp

Customers will have a detailed step-by-step licensing process, with user-friendly forms that can be filled out in minute

KIKLABB, Virtuzone to issue entrepreneurs with trade licences over WhatsApp

Tasawar Ulhaq, CEO of KIKLABB.

KIKLABB, the Dubai government owned licensing and workspaces entity is teaming up with company formation specialists Virtuzone to offer registration for Dubai Free Zone and onshore DED trade licences through a smartphone.

Owned by the Dubai’s Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, KIKLABB offers the new service using WhatsApp. Customers will have a detailed step-by-step licensing process, with user-friendly forms that can be filled out in minutes and are designed to be used on a smartphone, KIKLABB said.

KIKLABB, which operates from the iconic Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) in Dubai, said the service also provides a channel for responsive customer service, which allows quotations, enquiries, requests, as well as payment links. KIKLABB said its customer service team responds to queries within 24 hours and is also available via email and phone.

KIKLABB said it provides entrepreneurs, SMEs and international corporations with the tools they need to launch a business in Dubai, with transparent costs and no hidden fees.

KIKLABB also offers a Dubai Post Office Box, a Dubai stamp, and a physical address at the QE2 in Mina Rashid. All businesses that use KILABB are also eligible for Dubai residency visas.

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