Known to be one of the most affordable emirates for living and one of the most vibrant cities that encourages art, education and culture Sharjah is one of the top choices for investors to set up their business. Compared to the other emirates in the country, business set up and license costs are moderately low and have fewer accounting and auditing requirements. Land and labor costs are also very affordable.
Sharjah is known as the industrial base of the country with great shipping sectors. But now with a proactive outlook to all legal businesses, Sharjah has many opportunities for ambitious owners to grow their companies> to success.
You must provide the following documents to get the initial approval
The next step is to register your business and pay the fees to get the license depending on your company type.
The authority will prepare lease agreements. The business license will be issues and visa process will start. Investor or owner will be able to run the business after this process.
HFZA offers investors the perfect opportunity to set up a business in a free zone
Sharjah Airport International Free Zone provides some of the most enticing business
the region, including speed of service and simplicity of process
USARTC is an initiative of the Sharjah government to partake towards investment
oriented economy and
take a giant leap to be the regional hum for international business transactions.
The world's first Free Zone concept dedicated exclusively to serving the global
Printing industry. Write, design, publish, print, store, and distribute - locally
and worldwide -
all from one single, purpose-built, state of the art facility.
SHAMS (Sharjah Media City) was established in 2017 and aims to be the pinpoint for
media business in
the region. SHAMS cover a wide range of business activities for the creative
industry to thrive in
and to create a community where all creative minds can come together in a dynamic
The Sharjah Research, Technology, and Innovation (SRTIP) Park have opened its doors
to the investors
and the public in the Emirates of Sharjah. SRTIP, an initiative of the American
Sharjah Enterprises (AUSE) was established in 2016 by a royal decree of His Highness
Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah and a member of the Supreme Council
of the UAE.