DED adds new activities to key sectors in first half

DED adds new activities to key sectors in first half
The DED wants to strengthen business development among businesses in Dubai and the UAE.

Dubai - Business Registration and Licensing sector constantly evaluating market needs



By Staff Report

Published: Thu 15 Aug 2019, 11:27 PM

Last updated: Wed 28 Aug 2019, 9:26 AM

The Business Registration and Licensing (BRL) sector in Dubai's Department of Economic Development has added 53 new business activities across a number of sectors during the first half of 2019.
This followed a detailed tracking of local market needs, supply and demand in these vital sectors. The move, which is part of the DED's efforts to further support business licence holders and to enable them to respond to market needs, will strengthen business development and healthy competition among businesses in Dubai and the UAE.
The decision to add new activities is an extension of Dubai's ongoing efforts to facilitate licensing for limited liability companies and develop BRL services. It will have a positive impact on private sector growth and ensure that licence holders can reap added benefits by eliminating obstacles for entrepreneurs who have new business ideas, and, in turn, create more jobs.
The BRL team is constantly evaluating market needs, gathering views and suggestions from licence holders as well as those looking to start their business in Dubai that is fast-evolving.
The new activities cover various specialised business sectors in Dubai, including 14 activities in the field of agricultural production and aquaculture in view of the growing interest in these activities and the importance placed on ensuring food security in the country. The DED has a directory of economic activities, which explains the procedures and guidelines governing business activity in Dubai.
A ready reference, the guide provides information on business activity, licences, registration, company establishment and legal forms, as well as procedures to be followed for site relocation, change of manager and licence freeze. A set of frequently asked questions is also included for the benefit of businesses and investors, especially those looking to move to Dubai.
Among the latest sectors:
Advanced growing of vegetables, melons, roots and tubers . Advanced growing of other non- perennial crops . Advanced growing of citrus fruits . Advanced growing of palms and fruits . Advanced growing of beverage crops . Advanced growing of spices . Advanced growing of grains, leguminous crop and oilseeds . Post-harvest crop services . Agricultural crops trading . Sea-based aquaculture . Land-based aquaculture . Operations of aquaculture hatcheries . Aquaculture post-harvest services . Local aquaculture products trading . Electric vehicles charging stations and systems and spare parts trading . Electric vehicles charging stations management and operation . Market making in securities . Glass fibre reinforced concrete products manufacturing . Kitchen incubator . Jet fuel supply services . Airport equipment and aircraft spare parts storage services . Electronic cigarettes and accessories trading . Aviation training institute . Future foresight museum . Educational institutions' sport facilities leasing . Halal quality and conformity certification services . Islamic Economics researches and studies
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