Trade License in Dubai - What you should know

A trade license is mandatory for an entity to conduct business activities in Dubai and the Department of Economic Development (DED) is the authority issuing it. There are 4 types of licenses, either of which is to be held depending on the nature of your business.

 

There are certain requirements in order to obtain the license from DED, which are as below:

 

But what is the entire process to obtain the license to start a business in Dubai?

You should make sure that you have got all the prerequisites mentioned above before proceeding towards the process of obtaining the license. The process to be followed is stated below.

  1. Select the correct legal form required to obtain a trade license.
  2. Choose the trading activity that your business will be engaged in.
  3. Partner(s) name in the form should be put along with share capital value and partnership ratio should be set.
  4. Trade name reservation is to be done
  5. Drafting and notarization of the Memorandum of Association ( in case of Commercial license) or Local Service Agent ( in case of professional license).
  1. Submit above documents to the DED to get payment voucher.
  2. You will successfully obtain your trade license on making the payment as per the payment voucher.

This is a simple and easy process but there could be challenges since you might not be aware of a few points mentioned, hence you should have a service provider or a PRO service agent to take care of these formalities.

The above is all you need to know and do in order to obtain a trade license. Now let’s take a look at the cost that is involved for obtaining the trade license.

 

 

Cost Involved in Getting a Trade License in UAE

  1. Payment Voucher Fees
    Payment voucher fee includes trade name reservation, initial approval, and issuance of the license. The fee is subject to change upon the activity of the business.
  1. Notary Public Fees
    AED 2,000 approximately for the notarization of Memorandum of Association/ Local Service Agent Agreement.
  1. Rental Costs
    Depends on the size and location of the office.
  1. Sponsorship Fees
    A sponsorship fee is a tentative fee that is usually dependent on the nature of the business that is incorporated.

New Investments: Dubai Expanding its Marinas

The two largest developers in Dubai have announced designs for modern and spectacular marinas that will be built in the city center. The creators of Dubai Creek Harbor believe that it will become the new Middle East Riviera.

Planned marinas will accommodate a total of 614 boats and yachts with a length of up to 60 meters

Planned marinas will accommodate a total of 614 boats and yachts with a length of up to 60 meters.

Marina development plans are consistent with the vision of the development of maritime tourism and the yacht industry, promoted by the Government of Dubai and Dubai Tourism. The new investments aim to create from Dubai the world's leading maritime center, which on the one hand will be attractive to foreign investors, and on the other will implement the best standards and practices. Currently, work is underway to create maritime-friendly solutions in the field of safety, navigation, efficient international visa service and increasing operational efficiency.

Emaar, a developer known among others from such investments as the Dubai Mall (the largest shopping center in the world), Burj Khalifa (the world's tallest building) or the Dubai Fountain, the construction of Creek Marina is just finished. The new luxury Dubai marina will be built in the heart of Creek Island, a residential and recreational district of the city, located just 10 minutes from Dubai International Airport and the iconic Burj Khalifa.

As planned, the marina at Dubai Creek Harbor will be opened in December this year. The complex, next to the marina for 81 yachts and super yachts, will also accommodate a luxury yacht club, shopping, entertainment and gastronomic center as well as a new hotel belonging to the Vida Harbor Point chain. A special attraction of the marina will be a unique interactive anti-gravity fountain. The design of the marina is supposed to refer to the shape of oyster shells, thus underlining the beginnings of Dubai related to fishing for pearls. The creators of Creek Marina believe that it will become the new Middle East Riviera.

In turn, the largest competitor of Emaar, the developer Nakheel invests 15 million AED in the new marina at Palma Jumeirah in Dubai. By the end of this year there will be 44 parking spaces for units up to 30 meters long. After completing the project, a total of 600 berths for boats and yachts will be available on the Dubai Palm Tree.

The new marinas are located right next to the apartment complex Nakheel's Azure Residence on the east trunk of the palm tree and on the newly formed wharf at the Pointe Nakheel Mall's shopping and restaurant center. Nakheel is also building another six marinas, in its new flagship development project on the waterfront at Deira Islands. Planned marinas will accommodate a total of 614 boats and yachts with a length of up to 60 meters. The cost of this investment is AED 165 million.

The most important projects of the Nakheel brand include Palma Jumeirah, artificial islands - The World, Deira Islands, Dubai Jumeirah district with investments: Jumeirah Village, Jumeirah Park, Jumeirah Heights, Ali Gardens, International City, Dragon City shopping centers, Ibn Battuta Mall and much more. Nakheel's investments occupy a total of over 15 thousand. ha and provide housing for over 270,000 people. During the construction there is another 25 thousand. apartments.

Buy Used Cars in UAE | 5 Key Points to Keep in Mind

Owning a car in UAE is a must thing if you own a UAE driving license. If you are a resident, buying used cars in UAE is surely a good choice. Everyone loves to get hands on the brand new wheel, but there can be multiple reasons behind buying a used car or second hand car in UAE.

But, if you want to buy a second-hand car in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah or anywhere in UAE. There are many key points you need to keep in mind for buying a second hand (used) cars. The more points you put the dazzling the results would be. But obviously you have to keep in mind the price (if the car is really worth it), usage (mileage) and condition of the car.

Here are some important points that you don't want to miss before buying a used car for sale in UAE.

 

1. Time to Choose the Brand / Model

Yes, first thing first!

You must choose the top 2 or 3 brands. Many people already know which brand or manufacturer they prefer, but if you are new in this car business, get someone who already own a car or a car expert. So list down the two or three brands, even different models of the same brand. This depends on your budget, maintenance costs, number of passengers, usage and other factors.

2. Search for a Reliable Car Dealer or Online Website

There are numerous car dealers out there in the market, you have to choose which from the best. Not only you can go and meet some experts, but you can arrange for experts online through websites as well. There are bundle of websites, which help you buying a better car, but obviously it costs you extra. You can find some good dealers like Al-Futtaim Automall, Al Tayer Motors, Car Switch etc.

For Online, you can find the websites like Dubizzle, GetThat, SellAnyCar, DubaiCarBuyer etc.

3. RTA Test & Checkup

Finally found a suitable used car, the next step is to ensure that the car is in the best working condition. A series of inspections and tests can be performed at an RTA-approved test center. These tests are to ensure the road safety of the vehicle without any legal disputes.

List of testing centres approved by RTA

4. Complete Vehicle Inspection

Ok, you completed the RTA Test and Checkup, the price of the car is set by the seller. Now you must take the car to Complete Vehicle checkup at a garage. It will show the quality and life of the engine, any fuel leakages it has or the electrical aspects of the car (including lights, AC, Navigation system, Car's sensor if it has any, computer diagnostics and airbag check).

Body paint checkup and Chassis number verification is the most important thing. Accidental cars and paint damage can straight away reduce the car price by 15-25% in some cases.

5. Time to hit the Road

Finally you've complete your payment or transferred the amount. Re-registered the vehicle under your name, it is time to get the wheels on the road. Please make sure that you carry the vehicle registration card, license, insurance papers or any car related document especially the service history document with you all the time in car. It not only help you during security checks but also helps you to re-sell the vehicle if you want to switch to any other car. Service history document helps you to get fair price in time of reselling as you have a documented proof of all the car maintenance you've been doing.

Make sure to have safety and efficiency tests for your car on regular basis to keep the car running for long time.

Hit the road, wear seat belts and have a safe journey!

How You Can Use UAE Business Directory

Small businesses registered in UAE are usually sole proprietorship, partnerships or privately owned corporations. They employ a small number of employees and often do not have large financial turnovers as large as those of large multinational companies. UAE small businesses are present in every industry. Ranging from interior designing to jewelry sales and even pet services, it is hard to avoid any of these businesses in our daily lives.

However, with so many small businesses across UAE selling products and services in society, we often forget that they can potentially be a very lucrative pool of customers as well. Any company that provides products or services to small businesses can benefit greatly from having listed in the UAE's best Business Directory.

Fortunately, the advancement of technology has enabled almost anyone to get access to UAE Business Finder Directory with ease. There are online portals available for organizations and individuals to communicate with these small businesses, allowing them to get up-to-date information about company details and any other updates. One can also do a quick search online to look for such publicly available small company details. However, this is a potentially long and tedious process.

A good alternative is to look for small business mailing lists offered by list brokers and compilers on the web such as YellowPages, PinkPages or WhitePages Directory services majorly maintained by Etisalat, DU as well as some local business registration companies. These type of business directories provided by brokers enable immediate access to a large pool of up-to-date information about other small businesses. The best part is that these lists are continuously being updated, so you won’t have to worry too much about getting outdated information. A quick rental of such a list would save one the time of having to personally search and update records.

Next, after having listed in a Business Directory, many individuals and other businesses can use it to their advantage. Entrepreneurs, start-up firms and home-based workers can use the list to conduct market analysis and research for example. This way, they easily identify market needs and are able to offer their products and services to these potential clients.

Another way of using a UAE business directory can be used is to send out promotional material to highly targeted business prospects. For example, if you own an air-conditioning repair service, you could send out promotional brochures advertising your services to other small and large businesses that could very well be your clients in the future. After all, which business office doesn’t own an air-conditioner or two?

The benefits of having listed in the UAE's best human maintained directory (HMD) is worth it’s weight in gold. But should one get listed as a free member, or get on top of category with Paid Services?

If one wishes to manually compile the business directory email's list himself, he will have to ensure that they are constantly being kept up-to-date.

This is because companies often make changes in their management, causing contact persons to change, or even a change in company address. The time and monetary costs required to maintain an accurate list of business contact information is not small.

To avoid this, it would be best to get the Paid Listing in Business Finder UAE and spend their time on making actual sales.

Having immediate access to a complied updated business list helps individuals and organizations to save time and money. When they require small businesses for their marketing needs or require help in their businesses, they can tap on this large resource base easily and efficiently.

Top 10 Dubai Landmarks

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Downtown Dubai ( Visit Site )
Downtown Dubai used to be called Downtown Burj Dubai and is home to several of the city's key landmark sites., including Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall and Dubai Fountain (see below). Downtown Dubai has a population of about 100,000 and covers an area of 2 square kilometres. On completion, it is estimated to cost in the region of US$20 billion.

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The Dubai Mall ( Visit Site )
Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping centre and is part of the new Downtown Dubai mega-complex. It opened at the end of 2008 with 635 retailers. In 2012, it attracted 65 million visitors - more visitors than New York City attracted over the same period.

 

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The Dubai Fountain
The Dubai Fountain is a record breaking, musical fountain show located on the man-made Burj Khalifa Lake. Water is shot up in the air to an altitude of over 500ft and accompanied by classical & contemporary music from around the world. The fountain opened in 2009 but in 2010 the fountain's length was increased to 275m.

 

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Burj Khalifa
When it comes to Dubai constructions, the sky is the limit in the literal sense of the word. Presently, Burj Khalifa tops the list for the tallest skyscraper in the world at a height of 2,717 ft. Part of the new development called Downtown Dubai; the tower is the address to the most elite hotels, shopping centres, residences and offices in the world.

 

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Burj Al Arab
Everyone dreams of staying at the Burj Al-Arab, the most extravagant hotel in the world. However, world's first seven star hotel developed by Jumeirah Hotels & Resorts chooses its customers and not vice versa. Burj Al Arab's billowing sail enjoys being a focus of public attention with its glittery gold interiors, ultra-spacious suites and the heightened level of luxury offered.

 

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Palm Islands
When innovation meets hard work, the results are astounding as seen at the Palm Islands in Dubai, an ambitious project visualized by Nakheel Properties; these man-made islands were constructed to accommodate the ever-growing tourist influx in Dubai. Shaped to resemble a palm tree, the Palm Trilogy defines everyday luxury living.

 

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Al Bastakiya
Today Dubai is all about modern, hi-rise constructions, but a part of it remains umbilically connected to the narrow lanes and wind-towers of the historic Al Bastakiya district. The oldest residential district in Dubai dating to 1890, the area is significant for its old-time architecture and the unaffiliation for the busy lives of Bur Dubai.

 

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Ski Dubai
The words winter and desert are diametrically opposite yet Dubai manages it by constructing a Ski resort inside the Mall of Emirates, the largest mall in the world. Featuring 22,500-square metres of ski area covered in snow all year round, the indoor ski resort features various ski jump slopes and play areas to entertain children and adults alike.

 

Deira Clocktower
A major landmark in Dubai, Deira Clocktower has been a silent witness to the city's changing faces when it was built in 1963 to mark the country's first oil exports. Also referred to as Dubai Clocktower, it stands at the gateway of Maktoum Bridge, one of the significant constructions in Dubai Creek linking Bur Dubai and Deira.

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Dubai Marina
Located in what is known as 'new Dubai', Dubai Marina is a man-made canal city built to encourage luxurious lifestyles through exclusive waterfront constructions along the Persian Gulf shoreline. These include swanky hotels, aristocratic residential palaces and extravagant shopping and entertainment centres.

UAE Home Improvement Tasks Made Easy

Home Improvement Tasks in UAE That Every Homeowner Needs To Know About

Home improvement is a lot more than just installing a new toilet. It is truly a progressive hobby. It has so many techniques and products that require a keen eye, precision, and a sharp attention to detail.

Do you have what it takes?

Regardless of your answer, here are some tips to help you.

Spend some time in your prospective neighborhood driving and walking through. You should have some idea about the kind of maintenance your new neighbors apply to their homes. If the area seems run down with overgrown yards and untidy homes, you will want to rethink moving into the area.

Improving your home’s energy efficiency is a type of home improvement that could deliver significant returns in both the short and long term. Possible improvements to consider are: installing solar panels on your roof, cavity wall insulation, loft insulation and replacing any single-glazed windows with double-glazed or even triple-glazed windows.

Adding or replacing the weather stripping around windows and doors is a great way to improve the energy efficiency of your home. Weather stripping can be purchased cheaply at your local hardware store, and is easy to apply. It’ll keep hot and cold air sealed out, meaning that the systems you use to heat and cool your home will be more effective. Weather stripping will also prevent you from catching a chill from drafty windows.

Spend time once a week to dust all home accessories. If you live in a dusty home, you will be more likely to develop allergies later in life. You can also find any insect problem with ant or fleas by dusting all the areas of your home on a weekly basis.

Recycle the molding in the closets of your old house to finish out your renovation project! Sometimes, finding molding to match the molding from old houses can be almost impossible. One option is to remove the molding that is, likely inside your closets. You’ll never notice that it’s gone and it will be restored to its glory, out in the open where it can be seen.

Spend some time shopping around for the best deals on the best products to use in your home prior to buying anything. For example, quality home flooring can be expensive, but if you shop around, you should be able to find the flooring in your price range. There’s many discount stores that can help you save money.

Store your glue bottles upside down! Ever get annoyed when the tips of your glue bottled inevitably dry up between uses?

Removing those plugs of glue is no fun. There are multiple companies in UAE helping you to do so. To prevent this just turn your tightly capped glue bottle upside down and sit it down inside another container to keep it propped up.

Now you see that home improvement is a lot more than just buying and painting things in your house. It takes skill and an eye for pleasant aesthetics. You don’t want your home to look slovenly, so why not take some time to learn how to do it right?

The above tips should have given you some helpful advice.

Nutrition Experts Help Others Make Healthy Choices

More so than ever before, we are reminded daily that the old cliche is accurate – we are what we eat. That being said, it stands to reason that the role of nutritionists and dietitians becomes more valuable to our overall health going forward. These professionals help treat and prevent illnesses by recommending modifications in our eating habits, and in general, by promoting healthy eating habits.

Dieticians and nutritionists not only make suggestions on what we should be eating, but they can also help us understand how to modify the preparation of our food by eliminating excess salt and fat, making our meals healthier. They also manage food systems for institutions, conduct research, and in general, provide education. Nutrition professionals can be found in hospitals, nursing facilities, and in some community programs, such as weight loss programs.

If you aspire to become a dietician or nutritionist, you should know that at the least, you will need a Bachelor’s degree, with a graduate degree also an available option. Students in these programs can expect to take courses such as nutrition, chemistry, and biochemistry, biology and microbiology, as well as physiology and institution management. Back in 2008, there were 279 Bachelor’s degree programs and 18 approved Master’s degree programs from which to choose. Now the era has changed drastically and people have got strong knowledge and learning skills.

As with many professional occupations, these are not without license requirements. Although requirements vary by state, most require some type of license or certification. Keep in mind that dietitians with specialized training, an advanced degree, and state certification can expect to obtain the best job opportunities.

Employment in this field is expected to grow due to the increased emphasis on disease prevention and increased awareness of obesity and diabetes. Another contributing factor for job growth is increased Medicare coverage to include nutrition therapy for diabetic and renal patients. Hospitals and nursing facilities employ many dieticians and nutritionists, although the latter may see a slight decline due to outsourcing to food service companies.

Also, employment growth could be constrained if employers substitute with other workers, such as food service managers or dietetic technicians, to do the work related to nutrition. In some cases, the demand for these services is related to patients’ abilities to pay out-of-pocket or with health insurance. The good news, however, is that more insurance companies are covering these therapies because of their preventative properties.

In addition to employment growth, additional jobs will result from the need to replace experienced workers who will retire. The best opportunities will be for applicants with specialized training, advanced degrees, and state certifications. Demand for dietitians will be particularly strong in outpatient care facilities, and applicants without a Bachelor’s degree will face tough competition.

Best Opportunities & Reasons For Doing Business in UAE

The UAE economy is boosting and opportunities to do business in the country are increasing everyday. The UAE’s currency, the Dirham (AED), which is pegged to the US dollar, is secure and freely convertible;

These factors, combined with a strategic, accessible location for major regional markets, an excellent reliable infrastructure and an extremely pleasant, stable and safe working environment are key elements in attracting foreign investment.

The UAE is a contracting party to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) since 1994 and a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) since 1996. It is also a member of the Greater Arab Free-Trade Area (GAFTA) in which all Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states participate. 

The UAE concluded Free Trade Agreements with Singapore and the AFTA bloc in 2008 and 2009 respectively, and is now cooperating with the GCC's negotiating team to conclude Free Trade Agreements with the EU, Japan, China, India, Pakistan, Turkey, Australia, Korea and the Mercosur bloc comprising Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.

Log on to the UAE Ministry of Foreign Trade website for additional information. 

Benchmarking Performance

The UAE has consistently scored very well in a wide range of economic and business-related indices. Most significantly, regulatory reforms have increased the UAE's overall global ranking in the World Bank's Doing Business Index from thirty-third in the 2012 edition to twenty-second in 2015, the highest ranking for any Arab country and ahead of a number of European and Asian economies. This index assesses 189 economies in 11 areas vital for facilitating business. In particular, the UAE scored highly in the trading across borders category (first in the MENA region and eighth in the world). Other high scores were achieved in the paying taxes category (first in the world); dealing with construction permits (fourth); obtaining electricity (fourth); and registering property (fourth). The UAE has also stressed that it is using the findings of the index to improve in areas where it did not score so highly.

The favourable nature of the UAE's tax regime was also borne out by the Paying Taxes 2014 study compiled by the World Bank, International Financial Corporation and PricewaterhouseCoopers, which reiterated that companies in the UAE enjoy the world's least demanding tax framework out of the 189 countries assessed in the report.

Economic freedom plays a major role in the UAE's success. The Index of Economic Freedom 2014 pointed out that the UAE has been a regional leader in economic freedom since it was first assessed in 1996, ranking the UAE's economy as the second freest of 15 countries in the Middle East and twenty-eighth worldwide among 185 countries, an overall score that is higher than the world and regional averages. The UAE's score was up 0.3 points on 2013, reflecting improvements in labour freedom, business freedom, and monetary freedom.

Significantly, the UAE took the regional lead in the WEF Global Competitiveness Index 2014–2015, moving five places up to twelfth position out of 144 countries. The report attributes this upgrading in ranking to the country's strong drive towards reforms and the underpinning of initiatives to enhance competitiveness by the country's successful bid to host World Expo 2020. According to the report, the UAE's institutional framework, infrastructure, macroeconomic stability and ICT use have all improved. Overall, the country's competitiveness reflects the high quality of its infrastructure, where it ranks an excellent third, as well as its highly efficient goods markets (third), strong macroeconomic environment (fifth) and some positive aspects of the country's institutions – such as strong public trust in politicians (third) and high government efficiency (fifth) – round out the list of competitive advantages.

Strong macroeconomic stability (seventh), a high level of business sophistication (sixteenth) and innovation (twenty-eighth), as well as little or no corruption, a low crime rate and an enabling tax regime enhance the country's competitive advantage.

There is no doubt that competitiveness in the UAE is greatly assisted by good governance and a very low level of corruption, as is indicated by the 2014 Corruption Perceptions Index produced by Transparency International. According to this index the UAE is the least corrupt country in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, and the twenty-fifth least corrupt country in the world, out of 175 countries listed.

 

Perception and confidence also play a significant role in the UAE's high scores in the Swiss-based IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2014 (WCY), which measured the competitiveness of 60 economies on the basis of 329 criteria. The UAE  came in eighth place in the overall ranking, just one place behind Canada. However, it scored a very high confidence rating and was ranked fourth globally and first in the Arab world in the context of its 'image abroad', i.e. competitiveness 'perceived' versus competitiveness 'measured'.

 

Underlining the progress that the UAE has made in achieving its strategic goal of becoming a sustainable knowledge-based economy with innovation at its core, the country was ranked first in the Arab world, and thirty-sixth globally (out of 143 countries) in the Global Innovation Index (GII) 2014 published by Cornell University, INSEAD and the World Intellectual Property Organisation. Acknowledging the role of innovation as a driver of economic growth and prosperity, the index focuses on a wide range of parameters, including the regulatory and business environment, ICT, infrastructure, ecological sustainability, knowledge, technology and creative outputs.

 

Considering its achievements in other bench-marking indices, it is not surprising that the UAE was ranked twenty-eighth worldwide and maintained its status as the most prosperous country in the Arab world in the 2013 Legatum Institute's Prosperity Index. The index, describing itself as a unique global inquiry into wealth and well-being, assessed 142 countries in eight distinct categories: economy, education, entrepreneurship and opportunity, governance, health, personal freedom, safety and security, and social capital. In thirteenth place worldwide, the UAE ranked particularly highly on the economy sub-index, and at thirty-sixth, relatively high on entrepreneurship and opportunity.

Dubai Top Ten Hidden Treasures

Here are Dubai's Top Ten Hidden Treasure spots where every individual visiting Dubai must visit. I didn't explain much for each place as it will take a lot of time for you to read. So I'm just dropping main points for each place precisely.

1. iFly in Mirdiff Mall

Located in Mirdiff City Centre, iFly allows visitors to experience the thrill of skydiving without having to jump from a plane at 20,000 ft.  With experienced flight instructors, and its state-of-the-art simulator, one will be able to truly experience the freefall of skydiving, in a safe environment.

 

2. Chill Out Lounge – Times Square Shopping Mall

Chill out at this sub-zero temperature lounge where the tables, chairs, and even the plates and glasses are made from ice.  With everything provided to keep you warm and cozy, it’s a great place to chill out after an afternoon in the desert.

 

3. Khan Murjan 

Situated beneath the Wafi City Centre, the Khan Mujan offers visitors a unique shopping experience with its design reminiscent of a 14th century Baghdad souk.  There one will find over 150 shops with artisans offering their uniquely crafts products from all over the Middle East.

 

4. Autodrome

If racing is in your blood, you won’t want to miss the experience of the Autodrome.  This venue offers everything from indoor and outdoor karting, to the more advanced performance and Formula 1 driving. Experience the thrills and excitement of getting behind the wheel of professional race car.

 

5. Karama Shopping District

Those who love practicing their “bargaining skills” have found the perfect place to do so in the Karama District.  Here you can find great deals on everything from clothing to cheap furniture.  You may even be approached by a merchant wanting to share with you his counterfeit branded goods, such as designer handbags and watches.

 

6. Global Village

Open from early November through late February, this outdoor cultural center offers merchandise from all over the world, as well as much in the way of family fun and entertainment.  Take in the spectacular performances and authentic cuisines from around the globe, or enjoy one of its many rides in its carnival style atmosphere.

 

7. Dubai Marina Market

Every Friday and Saturday from early October through late April, guests can experience the open air market along the Dubai Marina Walk.  Here visitors will find booths displaying many of the products from local artisans, such as clothing, jewelry, and paintings.

 

8. Sega Republic

Located within the Dubai Mall, SEGA Republic is the first indoor theme park in the Region.  This family amusement center offers 5 zones of entertainment with adrenaline pumping attractions and 150 games providing family fun for all ages.

 

9. Kidzania

This entertainment and education center is designed especially for kids.  Here kids can role play and experience what it would be like to be whatever it is they want to be when they grow up.  From simulating what it would be like to be a pilot, to the experience of being a top model, there are 75 professions in which to choose from.

 

10. Bab Al Shams

Located just 20 minutes outside Dubai in the middle of the desert stands this amazing resort that offers guests a beautiful retreat in a traditional Arab-style setting.  Here guests can learn about and experience some of the Middle East cultures and traditions, such as falconry, henna painting, and camel rides.  Guests can also dine “underneath the stars”, Bedouin-style, at the famous Al Hadheerah Restaurant.

A Walk Down The Memory Lane Of Dubai

Dubai, the most expensive of the modern tourist destinations, is the abode to rich and exclusive historical and archaeological masterpieces. Dubai, which had started off as a small fishing village, has in store immense number of sites which reflect the glamour and sumptuousness of the bygone era.

Enjoy the marvellous historical beauty of the place as you read on.

Dubai Museum in Al Fahidi Fort

Dubai Museum is located within the magnificent Al Fahidi Fort built during 1787, but was restored later on.  The Fort had been constructed so as to safeguard the city from the invaders and intruders. Dubai Museum houses vast, yet diverse exhibits from the past, which proves the exquisite and marvellous history and heritage of this City. 

Since its renovation in 1971, the museum has been a prime attraction for archaeological and history lovers from across the globe. The galleries of the museum are true evidences of the ancient days with the life size exhibits of Creek, mosques, the customary houses of the Arabs, date farms as well as the marine and desert life.  One will also get to see marvellous portrays of pearl diving as well as various artefacts that were available from excavations.

Heritage & Diving Village

The Diving Village which is situated on the orifice of the Creek is a traditional village which showcases the craft works of weavers and potters. There are plans for transforming the Shindagha region in to a cultural hub, thereby paving way to recreate the olden days of Dubai.

Al Ahmadiya School

The oldest of the schools of Dubai, Al-Ahmadiya School was built in 1912 under the patronage of Ahmed Bin Dalmouk, a pearl merchant. During the initial days, this School offered education on Arabic, Islamic studies and Mathematics to just 200 boys. The boys used the mats of palm leaves as seats while Quran formed the focal point of education here.

With the coming up of schools during 1920s, this ancient school was closed for renovation and was reopened during 1930s. But in 1965, the school was closed officially. Since then, it has become a historical museum rendering public education.

Hatta Village

The Hatta Heritage Village, which is a fine exemplary for the fine history Dubai owns, was opened in February 2001. Located at a distance of 115 km from the city, amidst Hatta Mountains, the place is the storehouse to some beautiful historical examples.  Housing about 30 buildings, the place truly reflects the cultural heritage owned by this sheikhdom.

H.H. Sheikh Saeed House 

H.H. Sheikh Saeed House had been used by Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum as his official residence while he had been the Rule of Dubai between 1912 and 1958. The building which was constructed in 1896 is now the showcase of rare photographs, stamps, coins as well as many other documents which are part and parcel of teh City’s history.

Archaeological Sites

Along with an immensely rich history, Dubai has quite a few places which house marvellous archaeological artefacts.  Out of them, four places are major excavation sites. These are Al Sufooh, Al Qusais, Hatta and Jumeriah. While excavations conducted at Jumeriah have yielded artefacts as old as 7th century AD, Al Sufooh and Al Qusais have artefacts that are 200-plus years old. Special permission must be taken for entering these places.

Naif Museum

The present Naif Police Station, Naif Fort is famous for being the former Dubai Police headquarters. The Fort developed in an active, crowded area, houses a jail. The place underwent renovation in 1994, but the external structure of the original Naif Fort has been retained.

Visiting all these places will definitely fill your heart with nostalgic feelings, while reminding you that Dubai is not only a technologically advanced city and the costliest tourist destination, but also is the home to some of the most beautiful historical masterpieces of the world.

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3) Corporate Package 

4) Enterprise Package 

You can engage us on fixed price per project basis wherein we enter into an contract on mutually agreed fixed price against a set of well defined deliverables. This fixed price depends on the number of pages you have on your site, the number of keyword phrases that you choose and the competitive nature of the phrases.

How Are We Different From Any Other SEO Company?

To put it simply we have the necessary expertise and results to boast of. SEO is not effortless, it requires hours of analysis and investigation by the optimization specialists - and we have the required number of them. Much of our business comes to us through referrals which validates our credentials in this business. Give us a call or email to get a free consultation for your site.

SEO Packages Monthly / Yearly Starter Package Professional Package Corporate Package Enterprise Package
Website initial SEO technical analysis report seo seo seo
initial Competitive Analysis Report seo seo seo
keyword Identifications seo seo seo seo
Meta Tag creation seo seo seo seo
Page Optimization seo seo seo seo
Working on the source HTML code seo seo seo seo
Creation of New Search Engine optimized pages 30 60 100 seo
10000 Directory Submission seo seo seo seo
10000 Search Engine Submission seo seo seo seo
Free one way links seo seo seo
Creation of Themed Link pages seo seo seo
Manual Link Requests to Related Websites 100 200 300 seo
Image Optimization seo seo seo seo
Monthly Reports seo seo seo seo
Email Support seo seo seo seo
Free Consulting seo seo seo
No. of Keywords Optimized 10 20 30 50
Total Campaign Cost 1000 AED per Month OR ELSE Pay only 10000 AED Per YEAR 2000 AED per Month OR ELSE Pay only 20000 AED Per YEAR 3000 AED per Month OR ELSE Pay only 30000 AED Per YEAR 5000 AED per Month OR ELSE Pay only 50000 AED Per YEAR

Web Design & Development

Designing a web site is more about creating a positive image of a company. This is one of the most important tools of a company any where in the world as it facilitates the most effective communication and advertisement tool -not to mention the most inexpensive. Your web site must be very professionally designed to attract and keep the attention of the visitor online long enough for them to find what it is they are looking for. There are many ways and techniques of doing this.

Any business is incomplete without internet presence. Web design is an art that is the business of small and large enterprises alike. There are a lot of web design companies who can create the most attractive web designs on the Internet at a fraction of the cost. Put in a nut shell a web site must attract customers or clients and create interest in them for the products and services the web site offers by displaying eye catching graphics and content. Though content creation is not a part of web design, web design does undertake to display the content in an attractive way on the Internet.

There are technologies such as interactive videos that make a web site less boring and keep the visitor for longer periods at the site. These web designs include links that load and play a video that actually explains the web content to the visitor. An attractive face and a clear, crisp voice will definitely hold the interest of the visitor for longer and the convenience of having the content read out to them is an added advantage for many web surfers.

Any online business that wants their website to stand out to apart form the rest; A good site can make this happen by using a web design which is unique and different from all the other web sites on the Internet. Choosing the precise web design options carefully and implementing the latest technologies is a must for a successful web site. Then comes the aesthetics - The choice of colors of your web site is probably the most important thing. You don't want text and pictures to be hidden by bright colors on the site. Good web design professionals choose the best good color, graphics, animation and sound to match the theme of your site.

So in the ultimate analysis; your choice of a good web design professional or company will be the deciding factor of your web site being a success or failure, and that is determined by the number of people who visit your site and the number that is actually converted to customers. We provide top quality and affordable web design services.