The DED Trader licence, launched by the Business Registration & Licensing (BRL) sector of Dubai Economy (DED) to license freelancers at their place of residence in Dubai and enable start-ups to conduct business activities online
The Business Registration and Licensing (BRL) sector of Dubai Economy issued 4,567 new licences in January 2021, an increase of 9 per cent from the 4,172 new licences issued in January 2020.
The Business Registration and Licencing (BRL) sector of the Department of Economic Development (DED) Dubai has issued 4,459 new licences in February 2020 that created 11,877 jobs.
Ajman Department of Economic Development (Ajman-DED) will have a live broadcasting session with its customers through its program “Stay Live” at 11am, for a duration of one hour, for responding to the customers’ enquiries about all the digital services that are being provided by the department’s website and smart application.
Sheikh Ahmed Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, the Ruler’s Representative of Administrative & Financial Affairs, and the Chairman of the Department of Economic Development, took part on Thursday in the intensive and ongoing inspection campaign of the markets and points of sale in the Emirate.
The Department of Economic Development in Ajman, in cooperation with Beit Al Khair Society, announced the participation in the “10 Million Meals” campaign, an initiative by Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Initiatives Foundation, which is the largest national community campaign of its kind to provide meals and food parcels and rations to individuals who are in need and affected by the current health crisis, through distributing about 230,000 meals at an average of 9,000 meals daily in various regions of the Emirate during the Holy Month of Ramadan, and the distribution of 1,780 food baskets to affected families.
With online shopping and e-Commerce scoring high for convenience and safety, the ‘DED Trader’ licence of Dubai Economy is attracting increased interest from start-ups in Dubai.
Low-risk individuals are eligible to be in the workplace, but those who can effectively do their jobs remotely should continue to work from home.
As part of Ajman-DED’s efforts to monitor markets and economic facilities with the aim of enhancing commercial protection and protecting consumers, Control & Consumer Protection Department was able after field investigation to seize engine oils valued at Dhs20 million which carried international trademarks in a factory in Ajman Industrial Area.
Dubai Economy issued fines to nine pharmacies and two pharmaceuticals suppliers for inflating the prices of face masks and trying to take undue advantage of the high demand for hygiene essentials following the nationwide alert against the Covid-19 pandemic.