Browse through our most frequently asked questions at Dubai CommerCity
Dubai CommerCity offers three (3) types of set-up options for companies:
Freezone Company (FZCO)
1-50 shareholders, individual/non-individual
Minimum share capital of USD273**
The New Regulations provide for a new corporate entity, a public limited company.
This type of entity is suited to a company that wishes to list and/or offer its shares (IPO) on a securities market.
The branch office of an existing company
No share capital required
Yes. All Dubai CommerCity Free Zone customers may lease multiple premises under the same license.
Dubai CommerCity is able to license activities that are allowed by the Dubai Department of Economic Development.
Dubai CommerCity is adopting ISIC 4 (International Standard Industrial Classification) activity list which allows adding trading, industrial and service activities up to 20 activities from Four (4) different industry groups under one license. The base License comes with three (3) activities from the same Activity Group. Any additional Activities or Groups can be added at an additional cost*.
Dubai CommerCity is more than just a Free Zone. It provides all the services and advice a business could ever need to launch and/or grow their e-commerce and omnichannel sources. We enable businesses by providing a one-stop shop where you can pick which partner you would want to work with rather than heading out and trying to find one yourself.
Services such as how to utilize your space for pick-and-pack along with setting up your fulfillment center, or fitting out your shell-and-core office are available under roof. Through Dubai CommerCity’s incredibly skilled in-house resources.
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Dubai CommerCity is located in Umm Ramool, at the center of the regional trade route, providing access to over 2 billion people within a 2-hour flight radius.
Strategically located next to Dubai International Airport, the free zone is specially designed to enable fast e-commerce fulfillment across the region.
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Its centered location serves orders in the UAE with short delivery lead times given its proximity to Dubai International Airport, which is key for regional shipments.
Dubai CommerCity’s pricing model is flexible; different pricing and package deals are offered based on the nature, size and activity of the business. We also offer pay-as-you-go pricing solutions and tailor-made packages to accommodate individual business needs.
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Dubai CommerCity has a wide range of products from the Business Cluster that will suit different types of business needs. For leasing inquiries, please e-mail email@example.com today.
You can only lease offices.
Dubai CommerCity has a wide range of products and services. Please fill out the Contact Form for more information.
Yes, Dubai CommerCity is a Free Zone.
A bonded zone is a special trade zone created within domestic areas – in this case, Dubai CommerCity. It has special arrangements for customs duties, import/export duties and several supervision approaches. For example, foreign goods can enter the region without paying duties and are kept in the bonded zone.
Dubai CommerCity is first-of-its-kind free zone aimed at elevating Dubai’s position as a leading hub for e-commerce. It is the leading e-commerce enabler facilitating regional and international businesses to capture the exponential e-commerce growth opportunities in the MENA region. It provides an environment that stimulates creativity and progressive development with the aim of attracting more foreign direct investments to Dubai.
Dubai CommerCity – enabling the ‘e’ in commerce.
both the business cluster and the logistics cluster are bounded
Dubai CommerCity’s regulations require a minimum of one (1) shareholder and a maximum of 50 to form a company.
The minimum share capital for a Dubai CommerCity company is AED 1,000.
Yes, please fill out the Contact Form for more information.
No corporate or income tax is levied on companies, businesses or individuals operating within Dubai CommerCity.
One of the many advantages of setting up your company/business with Dubai CommerCity is that we allow 100 percent foreign ownership. This means you do not require a partner with UAE nationality to start a business or take up the Logistics/Fulfillment Centers with Dubai CommerCity.
A free zone is an area where business can be conducted without the usual restrictions that are applied to foreign companies, such as requiring a partner who is an Emirati national, or being liable for corporate or income tax.
Dubai CommerCity offers five (5) types of licenses to choose from when registering your business:
License Type #1: E-commerce License
With this type of license, holders are entitled to trade goods and services online.
License Type #2: Trade license
This license allows the holder to carry out trading activities specified in their license, including import, export, re-export, distribution and storage of specific products.
License Type #3: Service License
This license is suitable for service-oriented businesses. It enables entities to provide the services specified by their license.
License Type #4: General Trading License
This license allows the holder to trade in general activities, including import, export, re-export, storage and distribution.
License Type #5: Freelance License
This license allows the holder to offer services based on the activities specified in their license.