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Dubai Economy partners with Aramex to offer customised solutions for startups, freelancers

Dubai Economy partners with Aramex to offer customised solutions for startups, freelancers

Aramex will provide DED Trader licence holders with Domestic and International Express delivery solutions, and comprehensive freight services and logistics assistance

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The Business Registration & Licensing (BRL) sector in Dubai Economy has partnered with Aramex to provide holders of the DED Trader licence with customised logistics solutions.

Aramex will provide DED Trader licence holders with a variety of Domestic and International Express delivery solutions, comprehensive freight services and logistics, as well as e-commerce solutions specifically tailored to meet their needs at special rates, noted a statement issued by the Dubai Media Office.

To be eligible for these incentives, DED Trader Licence holders will need to share their details on startups.aramex.com/DED.

An Aramex representative will then contact them to complete the account registration process and provide them with customised solutions relevant to their projects.

“Cooperating with Aramex will drive progress in the e-commerce sector, accelerate the growth of startups, and promote innovation and digital and technological advancement in the business community,” said Omar Al Mehairi, director of development and follow-up division in the BRL sector.

Ahmed Marie, general manager of Aramex in the UAE, added: “At Aramex, we are keen to facilitate access to various logistical services and solutions for startups and projects so we actively contribute to their growth and development process and help them compete locally and globally.”

The DED Trader Licence is issued for freelancers at their residence in Dubai for conducting business activities that operate online or on social networking sites. It can be obtained electronically anywhere within a few minutes by logging on to dedtrader.ae and following steps such as entering Emirates ID data, selecting the activity and trade name, and displaying the social media accounts through which the products or services are shown.

The benefits of getting a DED Trader Licence include the issuance of an establishment card, access to bank facilities, display of products in consumer points of sale (Dubai economy partners), obtaining Dubai Chamber membership for commercial activities, receiving a Customs Client Code that facilitates import and export via dubaitrade.ae, participation in exhibitions and conferences and training workshops, temporary employment services, as well as securing workspace (DED partners).

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