The Sharjah Publishing City was set up by Sheikh Dr. Sulthan Bin Mohammad AI-Qasimi, the ruler of Sharjah and a member of the Federal Supreme Council of the United Arab Emirates. The Sharjah Publishing City is the world’s first Free zone which is devoted especially to the Print and Publishing Industry. The Sharjah Publishing City Free Zone is located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road in Sharjah. It’s very near to Sharjah International Airport and Dubai International Airport. We can help you with company setup in Sharjah Publishing City Free Zone.
So, if you are in the Publishing Industry, this is the best place for you to start a new Publishing business in UAE or open a new branch in UAE. It has got both seaport and airport nearer that makes the transport easier. Thus, Publishing Business can flourish successfully in this region.
The Main attraction of this Sharjah Publishing City is the International Book Fair, which is the largest Book Fair in the Middle East. It is one of the world’s top publishing events, captivating millions of visitors all over the world every year. It is the best opportunity for the businesses which are located in the Sharjah Publishing City Free Zone.
Companies from different countries come into contact with one another at the Sharjah Publishing City Free Zone to start a new branch or a new business.
We are the authorized business partner in the Sharjah Publishing City in UAE. We are also the direct agent for the Sharjah Publishing City in UAE.
Reddy’s Management consultancy provides you the exceptional business assistance for your company formation in SPC.
Benefits of Sharjah Publishing City
- Zero Startup Capital
- 100% foreign ownership
- Zero income tax
- Open 24/7
- Business license granted in 10 days.
- Easy opening of Bank Account
Documents required for company setup in SPC
- Copy of Passport
- Residence Visa
- Educational Certificates
- Two passport-sized photographs
If your company is already present outside the Sharjah Publishing city Free zone, the following documents are also required in addition to these.
- Memorandum of Association
- Certificate of incorporation
- Board Resolution Agreement
- Incumbency Certificate