Foloosi, a UAE Fintech startup facilitating consumer-to-business card payments

Foloosi is a UAE Fintech startup facilitating consumer-to-business card payments by enabling the business to display QR code, Payment Link and API integrations for the customer to scan & pay

What is Foloosi?

Press Release

Foloosi ( https://www.foloosi.com ) is a UAE Fintech startup facilitating consumer-to-business card payments by enabling the business to display QR code, Payment Link and API integrations for the customer to scan & pay.

Foloosi offers a complete technically advanced digital solution, which seamlessly connect consumers with businesses to provide actionable flow of events resulting in a fast and secure way of making payments based on QR codes and card networks.

Foloosi enables businesses in the UAE to get paid using QR code technology without the need of POS machine or any additional hardware. While the payment is deducted instantly, the merchant can also receive instant payment notifications.

Mission of Foloosi

World is going faster day by day with the power of digital information & technology. Our mission includes,

  • To make digitized payments/ transactions throughout UAE reforming the cash payments
  • To provide easy payments for customers to pay bills, recharge, book tickets, scan and pay etc and make them to enjoy their life
  • Enables business owners to accept payments without the need of any POS/ swipe machine or any other larger infrastructure

Products of Foloosi

QR code

Retailers can accept payment easily from customers just by generating one QR code. Customers can make payment using Scan & pay option. Customers can scan the item QR codes as they shop and can pay within minutes without queuing.

Payment link

Foloosi technology offers a marvelous solution to the likes of freelancers by enabling them to share payment web links with their clients through multiple means such as email, sms, whatsapp, social networking apps and sites.

Payment link is sending a payment request to get paid instantly.

Payment gateway

API documentation for websites is available as an option for merchants who want to accept payments on their own websites.

Businesses can accept payments in their mobile app/ website with Foloosi payment gateway API and customers can pay on merchant’s website.

Subscription

Enable recurring payment schedule, control the billing cycle and get instant alerts on subscription activity with Foloosi Subscriptions. All to do is to link a plan to the customer.

Foloosi help its merchants to offer customer subscription plans to their customers with automated recurring transactions on various payment modes, through a platform that’s built for automation.

Need of Press Release and target audience

In order to make use of Foloosi- digital payment solution by all the individuals and retailers of UAE we are launching this press release. Our target audience includes from small startups to larger organizations. All can make use of this digital payment solution and enjoy transaction in a quick and easy manner.

Benefits for customers

  • Enjoy recharges, bill payments at the tap of your fingers
  • Book tickets for events
  • Scan and pay to businesses
  • Secure and easy digital transactions with history
  • Reward points and Local shopping

Benefits for business owners

  • Accept every payment
  • Fast bank settlements
  • Secure payment
  • Good success rate
  • Business growth insights
  • Increased revenue
  • Business management

What Founder says about Foloosi?

Or

Founder says…

Mr. Omar Bin Brek, founder of Foloosi says, “Our aim is to bring innovative payment transactions throughout UAE. We developed Foloosi technology platform in order to make transactions simple, fast and secure and to reform older method of transaction i.e. cash payments and our technological innovation solves the teething problem of processing payments”

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DIFC signs fintech agreement with Accenture

DUBAI: Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with professional services company Accenture, to develop Financial Technology (fintech).

Under the MoU, Fintech Hive at DIFC will collaborate with Accenture’s Fintech Innovation Labs in New York, London and Hong Kong, to share resources and knowledge on the latest research and trends in financial technology.

In line with DIFC’s Growth Strategy 2024 and Dubai Vision 2021, Fintech Hive at DIFC aims to fill a void in the market by giving financial companies access to state-of-the art technologies to support their digital transformation.

“What sets us apart is our ability to harness the assets to grow fintech locally that will ultimately create more jobs, attract investments and support the economy as a whole,” said Arif Amiri, chief executive officer of DIFC Authority.

The Fintech Innovation Labs are annual 12-week accelerator programmes that bring together early-stage financial technology companies and the world’s leading financial institutions. Globally, the Labs’ alumni companies have raised more than US$1.07 billion in venture financing after participating in the programmes.

“In today’s hyper-connected world, this type of alliance is critical for maximising talent development and innovation. With surging demand for fintech solutions and Dubai’s increasing presence on the global financial scene, we are confident that this international collaboration will generate incredible opportunities for the region,” said Sushil Saluja, a senior managing director in Accenture’s Financial Services practice.

DIFC has recently announced that the 2018 programme, which is opening for applications in May, will be expanded to include insurance, Islamic finance, and regulatory technology services. First Abu Dhabi Bank, Arab Bank and Noor Bank will join the programme this year, with returning financial institutions to include Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank, Citigroup, Emirates Islamic, Emirates NBD, HSBC, Mashreq, Standard Chartered, UAE Exchange, and Visa.

Source : https://gulfnews.com/business/markets/difc-signs-fintech-agreement-with-accenture-1.2216804

Boost for Fintech sector as ADGM partners entities

Abu Dhabi: The UAE’s fast-growing Fintech and entrepreneurship development sector is poised to receive a major boost as Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) collaborates with difference entities, a top official said on Monday.

The development comes in the context of the announcement by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, of a Dh50 billion stimulus package to support entrepreneurs, SMEs and the private sector in their growth and innovation.

Speaking at Fintech Abu Dhabi Summit, Ahmad Al Sayegh, minister of state and chairman of ADGM said officials were in active discussions with the Department of Economic Development to boost the SME sector.

They are also working with Emirates Development Bank on initiatives that will improve the cost and ease of obtaining bank loans and supporting businesses through funding.

“This new collaboration augments the ADGM Tech Start-up licence and framework, which enable innovative tech start-ups, regardless of industries, to set up at low cost, while having access to professional services, affordable office solutions, and funding avenues all at one stop in ADGM,” Al Sayegh said.

“Also rallying the local scene is our partner — Plug and Play ADGM. Together, we co-create a structured Fintech accelerator platform to support start-ups and corporates alike.”

To provide SMEs greater access to trade finance and other markets, ADGM is also working alongside the Hong Kong Monetary Authority and Monetary Authority of Singapore, to build a blockchain-based trade financing platform for cross-border trade among the markets, he said.

On the operations of ADGM, he said a number of banks including BNP Paribas, Citibank, UniCredit and State Street Corporation, as well as international investment firms such as Softbank and McKinley Capital, have chosen to establish themselves in ADGM to expand their presence in Abu Dhabi.

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Mubadala, Abu Dhabi’s sovereign wealth funds, have also announced their plans to expand their presence and operations in the ADGM, he added.

“In particular, Mubadala’s announcement to have $1 billion [Dh3.67 billion] of technology investments by 2021 will no doubt inject new energy into the market and among innovators. Their decision to move existing or start new operations in ADGM validates our efforts and strategy as an IFC [International Financial Centre] and Fintech hub.”

SoftBank Vision Fund

Meanwhile, top executives of SoftBank said they are working closely with Mubadala in Abu Dhabi and also with Public Investment Fund in Saudi Arabia to help the companies, in which SoftBank has invested via its $100 billion Vision Fund set up in the region.

“We are working with Mubadala and Public Investment Fund to bring our portfolio of companies, where relevant, to the region so that they can actually set up local and regional businesses here and there are a number of our companies that have globally scalable models,” Faisal Rehman, Middle Eastern regional office head at SoftBank Investment Advisers, said while speaking at a panel discussion in the summit.

Mubadala Investment Company made $15 billion commitment to the Softbank Vision Fund, a major technology and innovation focused fund, alongside a consortium of leading investors including Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia and Apple Inc, among others.

SoftBank has offices in Riyadh and in Abu Dhabi.

Source : https://gulfnews.com/technology/boost-for-fintech-sector-as-adgm-partners-entities-1.2279497

Fintech to have greater impact on retail banking in GCC

Dubai: The financial technology (fintech) revolution that is sweeping across the banking and financial services industry across the world is likely to disrupt the retail banking business in the GCC while the overall impact on balance sheets and bank ratings is going to be minimal in the near future, according to rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P).

“Technological innovation in the financial sector is a global trend, reaching developed and developing economies alike. We believe that fintech could reduce the profitability of some business lines of GCC banks and change the way they operate over time.

“While we don’t expect major disruption of lending activity in the GCC,” said S&P Global Ratings credit analyst Mohammad Damak.

S&P analysts believe that fintech could impact retail banking, particularly money transfer and foreign-currency exchange business. This would push some banks to adjust their operations through increased digitalisation, branch network reduction, and staff rationalisation. Conventional banking’s value chain essentially involves functions such as taking savings, providing loans and facilitating payments. In this value chain, at the most risk of disruption is the payments business model because it is the least capital intensive and most tech intensive.

While savings and lending involve the balance sheet and regulation, in the case of payments, business is balance sheet-light and regulations are relatively lower, attracting most innovators to this segment.

In lending and savings, the impact of disruption has been slower compared to payments. S&P analysts don’t expect fintech alone to have a significant bearing on our GCC bank ratings in the foreseeable future. On average, banks in the GCC are still very profitable and efficient by global standards.

“We think that some banks are starting to realise the extent of the threats and opportunities that fintech poses, and are putting in place measures to adjust to the new realities of their operating environment,” said Damak.

Corporate lending

As corporate lending constitutes a major portion of the loan books of GCC banks, analysts believe the impact of fintech on overall profitability of banks are going to be muted.

Corporate lending remains relationship-based and the human added-value remains significant in the GCC, from corporate relationship managers all the way up to decision makers.

“While we acknowledge that fintech might help enhance the efficiency of some of these operations, we don’t think they will be significantly disrupted in the next few years,” said Damak.

Analysts expect fintech to affect GCC banks’ profitability, but not across all business lines. In 2016, the GCC banks generated around one-quarter of their revenues from fees and commission and foreign-exchange gains. The latter contributed around 6 per cent of rated GCC banks’ operating revenues over the same period. While a significant portion of these revenues relates to lending and advisory activity, part of it also relates to money transfer and currency exchange.

GCC countries remain net exporters of capital. Their small populations and significant investments and economic development have brought about a significant need to import qualified and unqualified workforces. As a result, the populations of most GCC countries are dominated by expatriates. According to the World Bank, these expatriates sent $102.5 billion (Dh376 billion) back to their home countries in 2016. Fintech could also disrupt the payment industry as it would reduce costs for end users because of the reduction in the number of participants. GCC banks only started to realise the potential risks and opportunities from the development of fintech recently.

According to EY’s GCC Fintech Play 2017 report, only 42 per cent of GCC banks that participated in EY’s survey were familiar (fairly familiar or more) with the fintech industry, while 93 per cent of GCC banks doubted that fintech players could disrupt their businesses in the short term.

In the same survey, 86 per cent of GCC banks estimated that no more than 15 per cent of banks’ business could be lost to fintech in the next five years, believing fund transfer and brokerage to be the main business lines most likely to be disrupted.

“In our view, the sooner GCC banks understand fintech’s potential threats, the better they will be able to implement defensive measures or develop collaborative strategies with new fintech players.

“Collaboration could take the form of partnering with some fintech companies for specific services, for example, allowing fintech companies to use the banking system infrastructure for clearing and settlement operations,” Damak said.

Defensive measures would primarily take the form of strengthening mobile banking services, rationalising branch networks, and refocusing staff on value-added services rather than repetitive and less-profitable operations.

Role of regulators

The role of regulators and authorities lies between protecting banks and seizing opportunities.

Clearly, regulators in the GCC are looking closely at fintech, not only from a perspective of financial stability, but also from one of collaboration.

Fintech Hive in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), and the regulatory “sandboxes” set up by the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA), with similar initiatives in Abu Dhabi and Bahrain, are examples of how regulators are approaching the fintech industry.

While Fintech Hive helps fintech companies benefit from collaborations with top executives at the DIFC over a 12-week accelerator programme, the regulatory sandboxes allow fintech companies to test their innovations in the real market in a restricted regulatory environment.

In Dubai, the DFSA launched its regulatory framework for loan- and investment-based crowdfunding platforms earlier this year, and it has licensed one company for peer-to-peer lending and another for equity-based crowdfunding.

What is Fintech?

Fintech is a collection of financial technology that describes an emerging financial services sector in the 21st century.

Originally, the term applied to technology applied to the back-end of established consumer and trade financial institutions. The term has since expanded to include any technological innovation in the financial sector, including innovations in financial literacy and education, retail banking, investment and even crypto-currencies like bitcoin.

Source : https://gulfnews.com/business/banking/fintech-to-have-greater-impact-on-retail-banking-in-gcc-1.2110407

Foloosi – New Update in Design

With this update, Foloosi aims to substantially grow its money transfer business

At a time when the digital payments space is undergoing major changes in UAE, Foloosi has revamped its website/ app to make it more user-friendly and intuitive.

The new update personalizes the app experience for the user, showcasing frequent use cases at a customized level. As a result of the upgrade, payments are now simpler and faster.

Foloosi helps the retailers in UAE to accept payments using QR code without the need of any POS machine. Folossi provides the following for the retailers.

  • No payment fee
  • No Setup fee
  • No need of any infrastructure
  • No annual fee

We have revamped the website and presented all the information in snapshots. We are very excited to introduce the new revamped interface on Foloosi App/ website. In continuation of our constant effort to provide our customers with the best user experience, the new design is refreshing and has upgraded to some of the most important flows.

We have introduced the first and foremost payment option called “Payment Link” which can be benefitted by the merchants and individuals to get their payments using payment link though they don’t own any website to sell their products.

Foloosi Technology   Payment Gateway UAE   Online payment Gateway   Merchant Services

Our offline payments have also scaled as we pioneered Foloosi QR, enabling merchants to accept payments directly into their bank accounts by scanning the QR code. Also Foloosi helps retailers in UAE to accept payments via Foloosi payment gateway.

Thus we have revamped the website aiming at exponential growth and spreading the digital space throughout UAE.

This improves the shopping experience and consequently customer loyalty and retention.

Fintech firms to benefit from DIFC $100m fund

Fintech Fund (DIFC)

Dubai:  Dubai International Financial Centre’s (DIFC) new $100 million (Dh367 million) FinTech fund, which will come from internal resources, will support Fintech Hive start-ups in Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, robotics, DIFC governor Essa Kazim said on Tuesday.

He was speaking at the Global Financial Forum, which was opened by Shaikh Maktoum Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and the president of DIFC.

DIFC thinks that fintech is “underserviced” and the allocation of funding going into this new business is “very very limited” in the MEASA region, accounting to less than 1 per cent of the total.

DIFC Fintech Fund

“We are ready to spend the money. But it will depend on opportunities and if it makes commercial sense,” Kazim told reporters. “We want to consolidate the position of the DIFC and to be at the forefront of the changes that may happen in the financial sector.”

The fund can grow bigger, Kazim said.

“We have been talking with some government departments at federal level, or local level. If the interest materialises into anything then definitely the structure of the fund will be different,” he said.

“We don’t mind having other entities mainly government or semi government entities to participate in this fund. Today the fund is sufficient to support our own initiatives whether it is development of Fintech hive, the type of companies that are going to be supported by accelerator,” Kazim added.

Importance of Fintech

The 2024 strategy, which was a 10-year plan of the DIFC to triple its size, was launched 3 years ago, but Kazim didn’t envisage that Fintech would have been a part of the strategy, when the announcement was made.

“There is a new order that global financial services industry needs to navigate … the new alliances are being forged. The rapid emergence of advanced technology in all areas of finance is creating shifts like never before in the industry,” Kazim said.

Updating on the achievements made so far in the 10 year strategy rolled out in 2015, Kazim said “We are on track (in terms of meeting targets for the 10 year strategy). In certain areas we have passed our targets, but other areas we are lagging behind in area of employment. Although the number of licenses are on track attracting companies, but there is a little lag (not significant) in terms of employment,” said Kazim.

Falling oil prices has not been a negative for the center to attract businesses. Before the drop in oil price, the DIFC licensed 150 companies a year on an average, after that the average jumped to 300 companies.

“That (funding) element has encouraged banks to really expand their balance-sheet and provide credit to regional governments. Governments have been active in issuing bonds and sukuk and that also encouraged financial activities in the DIFC,” Kazim said.

DIFC also hopes to attract more asset managers, financial institutions from India and China.

Regarding competition from other financial centers, Kazim said “competition is always there. The UAE was built on competition and on market forces. We have 5 airports, and 7 ports, and financial activity is one of those things. We don’t fear competition, and it is always good.”

Source :
https://gulfnews.com/business/markets/fintech-firms-to-benefit-from-difc-100m-fund-1.2124444

How Foloosi helps retail businesses in UAE?

Regardless of whether you’re a substantial endeavor or a private company, Foloosi offers a wide scope of solutions for reevaluate retail and enhance the purchaser experience.

“The capacity to utilize Foloosi at all of the spots they shop online — and now the majority of the spots they shop offline— is the epitome of our decision and association methodologies. This is a genuine success for the customer, the trader and the money related organizations whose cards they are utilizing to support their virtual Foloosi accounts.”

The challenge of digital payments is giving shoppers a generally excellent motivation to bring an end to their old payments habits.

Foloosi has dependably trusted that merchants, and not simply shoppers, must be in charge of digital wallet appropriation. From drug stores and accommodation stores to snappy administration eateries and bistros to claim to fame retail, all shippers are fruitful ground for actualizing a more extensive assortment of payment strategies into regular business encounters. The more traders that do as such, the more purchasers will pursue.

Foloosi said, sees a real opening for consumers to more easily use their accounts in-store to bolster efforts for the retailer to know who’s walking into their storefronts so they can engage with the consumers at a deeper level.

Foloosi provides grade Payments Solutions for all Retail Business

  • Add Payments to your Offline and Online POS
  • QR code has order information and amount
  • With a single tap customers can make payment from Foloosi app scan
  • Ideal for vending machines and billing POS
  • In the case of merchants they can scan customer’s QR code to debit amount
  • Super quick payment to address queuing woes
  • Ideal for quick service restaurants and supermarket

Foloosi helps retailers to accept payments using QR code without the need of any POS machine. Folossi provides the following for the retailers.

Foloosi - QR Code Technology
  • No payment fee
  • No Setup fee
  • No need of any infrastructure
  • No annual fee

Foloosi – UAE Digital Payments Solution

A secured payments platform for users to complete their daily transactions, making it simple and fast, without having to reach for physical wallets.

The mobile digital wallet “Foloosi” is the future beyond the paper money. Henceforth, in line with the governments’ relentless efforts to move towards the digital economy, we launched the Foloosi, an integrated mobile digital wallet that provides all citizens and residents with multiple benefits to manage their everyday financial needs.

According to the UAE central bank and the online comparison site compareit4me figures, around 75% of the economy is cash based; furthermore, 85% of residents prefer cash-on-delivery over credit card payments.

Foloosi provides a complete digital wallet and payments platform for a convenient, reliable and safer transactions.


Several benefits of Foloosi include:

  • Send and receive money to family and friends instantly and around the clock
  • Ability to pay to a business partner directly in-app or through the smart QR code technology.
  • Enable individuals to pay bills, invoices and follow up their payments.
  • Ability to fund the account using a credit card or prepaid cards issued in the UAE, and through thousands of deposit machines deployed in the country as well as licensed agents.
  • WPS – Wages Protection System is an electronic salary transfer system that allows institutions to pay workers’ wages and Foloosi is looking to utilise this niche market of 15% labour force.
  • Remittance for expat labour targeting three countries – India, Pakistan and the Philippines.

Foloosi is helping kids to use money in a fun way within a safe environment by being the first digital wallet to allow parents to empower their children in making real money decisions. Money handling tips will be provided to kids within the app and they can make use of it. Empowering children to spend money wisely has an effect on the growth of their financial intelligence and Foloosi has packed the Child’s app with feeds on financial tips. Foloosi will look to partner with educational institutes to make this app more powerful and meaningful.


We have the following MVP at hand in working test mode:

  • User Android App (Play store)
  • User iOS App (SDK)
  • Business Android App (Play store)
  • Business iOS App (SDK)
  • Merchant CRM Panel
  • Agent CRM Panel
  • Admin CRM Panel

Source : https://www.f6s.com/foloosi-digitalpaymentssolution/about

UAE-based payments start-up Foloosi has launched offering cashless transactions through a digital wallet

Foloosi says it will let users complete their daily transactions without having to reach for their physical wallets. The idea is to act as a mobile wallet so users can carry their credit card or debit card information in a digital form.

In an interesting use of words, Foloosi explains that it provides gateway solutions to online businesses through its “progressive and award-charming technology”.

This gateway connects the buyer and agent for any online payment transaction. The value stored on the wallet can be paid in exchange for any goods or services purchased online.

Along with businesses, the start-up is targeting the “student” market. It seems the firm means children.

Foloosi says parents can send and track money to their “kids”. Features include a family allowance application to track stipends – “power to kids, no pestering for parents!”

There are also money-handling tips and child friendly stores. The latter will display kids’ toys and books, so they can spend their allowances under the parents’ control.

The company was founded by Omar Bin Brek. He is also currently listed as an entrepreneur at the Sharjah Entrepreneurship Centre in the UAE. Albreki says he is “refining and developing” Foloosi at the Sheraa incubator programme.

Prior to Foloosi, Bin Brek founded iDeliver2 in London. This was an “on-demand 24-hour delivery service” – such as for documents or food.

Bin Brek confirmed to FinTech Futures that the name Foloosi is a reference to “faloos” – Arabic for “money”.

Source : https://www.bankingtech.com/2018/06/uae-digital-payments-start-up-foloosi-fires-up/

Dubai South to offer freelance work permits

Growing number of professionals seeking work options that have flexible working hours

Dubai Aviation City Corporation (DACC), which is the licensing and regulatory body for Dubai South free zones, has announced that freelancers can now avail the opportunity to work under a freelancer work permit.

The initiative is in line with global trends of a growing number of professionals that are seeking work options that have flexible working hours and work-from-home agreements, said a statement.

This new development reflects Dubai South and DACC’s commitment to help position the emirate as the most innovative business hub attuned to the modern needs of both companies and the workforce in line with the directives of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, it said.

Dubai South continues to build new initiatives that support businesses in Dubai to maintain its global attraction as a magnet for foreign investors, it added.

The emirate is strategically positioned in key sectors surrounding innovation and digital technology such as e-commerce, AI, blockchain and fintech, following 26 per cent increase of foreign direct investments (FDI) during the first half of 2018, reaching Dh17.7 billion ($4.81 billion).

Dubai South’s ongoing initiatives are further boosting the business activities of its partners which include startups, SMEs and multinational companies, and most recently, individual professionals in specialised professional sectors.

Shoaib Al Rahimi, vice president of the Business Park, Dubai South, said: “Our commitment to create a viable business environment for SMEs and multinationals alike continues to be reflected in various initiatives.”

“Considering the ever-evolving business landscape, policies and strategies from 10 years ago had to undergo huge transformation to adapt to current trends and meet the needs of businesses. We are keen to be on top of leading efforts that meet the needs of today’s SMEs, startups as well as individual professionals seeking independence through a range of customized solutions that will further hep them grow their business,” he added.

The new scheme is expected to widen the scope of income sources for professionals in Dubai and the UAE and take advantage of the business opportunities within Dubai South.

Among other initiatives, the Business Park continues to boost the role of multinational companies (MNCs) and connect them with SMEs at Dubai South Business Park through various engagement sessions, including periodic workshops.

The Business Park is home to some of the leading international business organisations such as the Japan Trade Center, Chinese Business Hub, and Queensland Australia.

Business entities also enjoy a range of incentives such as rent reduction from 5 per cent up to 25 per cent for existing and new tenants in line with customer loyalty program, leading to 85 per cent tenants’ retention.

It also allotted 10 per cent of its annual procurement and projects to Dubai-based SMEs, including more than 25 per cent reduction on annual rent.

The latest initiative defines a freelancer as a sole practitioner who conducts his business in his birth name as opposed to a brand name. Freelancers, who manage their own schedule, will have the flexibility to choose the company they work with and the projects they accept.

When applying for a work permit in Dubai South, they must be a degree holder and they should submit a professional certificate or proof of relevant freelance experience. The guidelines also state that no lease is required to be granted the permit and benefiting from the free zone privileges while maintaining a sustainable business environment and three years visa.

Khalid Abdulla Ahmed, vice president – licensing and regulatory affairs, Dubai Aviation City Corporation, said: “We made the decision to issue this special permit to keep up with the dynamic changes that we have been seeing over the past years.”

“This is in line with the UAE’s phenomenal rise as a leading business hub which is reflected by a clear long-term vision towards sustainable development by the country’s leaders,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service

https://www.foloosi.com/e-commerce-payment-business

Source : https://www.zawya.com/mena/en/business/story/Dubai_South_to_offer_freelance_work_permits-SNG_140033885/