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SPC Free Zone Grants Licenses in 45 Minutes

Sharjah Publishing City Free Zone (SPC Free Zone) has introduced an accelerated business setup process, enabling entrepreneurs to obtain licenses within just 45 minutes for a wide range of 1,500 business activities. Catering specifically to the publishing, creative, and allied industries, SPC Free Zone offers unique solutions tailored to their needs, making it the world’s first-of-its-kind publishing Free Zone.

To further support business owners, SPC Free Zone has unveiled a limited-time package that reduces licensing and setup costs, providing a strategic opportunity to join the largest publishing ecosystem in the region. By offering innovative solutions, SPC Free Zone empowers smaller businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs to establish or expand their operations in Sharjah, a business-friendly emirate.

This comprehensive package includes streamlined processes for essential documents such as the Memorandum of Association (MoA), lease agreements, share certificates, certificates of formation, and business activity certificates. Additionally, it covers crucial administrative procedures like E-channel registration, establishment card issuance, UAE residency in under 5 days, and Emirates ID typing.

For AED 14,500, new entrants to the free zone can obtain a 45-minute business license, one investor visa, and the flexibility to combine up to three activities from a diverse selection of 1,500 business options available within the free zone.

In addition to these features, companies entering SPC Free Zone will benefit from a range of exceptional business support services, including corporate banking assistance, furnished and customizable office spaces, the region’s only print-on-demand printing facility, strategic access to sea ports, and cost-effective operations. Coupled with expert guidance, these advantages ensure a solid foundation for growth and success.

Located in Sharjah, a robust regional gateway for various industries, businesses within the free zone also enjoy the benefits of the emirate’s investor-friendly legal and regulatory frameworks and its well-connected business environment. 

As a frontrunner in establishing Sharjah as a global hub for the creative and knowledge sectors, SPC Free Zone remains committed to providing unparalleled opportunities for regional market expansion and global impact.

 

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