Shuraa, IFZA ink strategic partnership

Saeed Khalifa Mohammed Al Fuquei and Martin Pedersen. - Supplied photo
Saeed Khalifa Mohammed Al Fuquei and Martin Pedersen. - Supplied photo

By Staff Report

Published: Thu 12 Mar 2020, 5:18 PM

Last updated: Thu 12 Mar 2020, 7:22 PM

Shuraa Management and Consultancy (Shuraa) inked partnership deal with International Free Zone Authority (IFZA) recently. The agreement aims to help entrepreneurs seeking to establish a business in Fujairah.
Shuraa, whose core offering is business setup in Dubai mainland, is now strategically expanding its reach by joining hands with key players in the industry, to offer their customers a broader spectrum of 360-degree company formation solutions. They have recently opened several branch offices in India and the UAE and have many others in the pipeline.
Saeed Khalifa Mohammed Al Fuquei, chairman of Shuraa Management and Consultancy, said: "Shuraa and IFZA share the same ethos that a client's convenience and time are of utmost value."
Operating a business-to-business model, IFZA's network of Professional Partners - spanning all corners of the globe - support the authority's vision of solidifying the UAE's mark as a top business and investment destination.
IFZA's assortment of scalable business set-up solutions, dedicated team, and straightforward processes, coupled with Shuraa's experience and expertise, will enable entrepreneurs and companies to expand their operations in the UAE effortlessly.
Martin Pedersen, chairman of IFZA, said: "We are pleased that Shuraa has selected IFZA in line with their service expansions. This partnership is testament to our appeal as the region's only business-to-business Free Zone Authority, supporting incorporation specialists and professionals globally." - business@khaleejtimes.com




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