Shams -Trader Package
Shams introduces Trader Package, aimed at attracting SMEs and startups
Due to factors like government encouragement, entrepreneurial spirit, and the influence of Covid-19, the UAE’s e-commerce business is booming and is projected to hit $8 billion by 2025. Businesses have favored Sharjah due to the city’s inexpensive costs, robust infrastructure, and close access to neighboring Emirates. Its broad economy and stress on a complex and interdependent business climate are additional selling points.
The Trader Package, available in Sharjah Media City (Shams), combines online shopping with traditional trade. With this permit, business owners in the UAE can import and export goods online. Online sales and import/export once necessitated different licenses. To foster innovation and enterprise in the UAE, the Trader Package streamlines the e-commerce process to make it more affordable and accessible to enterprises.
Shams was founded in 2017 and quickly rose to prominence as a media and entertainment industry focused free zone authority. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), existing firms, and freelancers can all benefit from the wide variety of services and resources it offers. To foster future leaders who can utilize their skills on a global scale and contribute to progress.
The UAE’s e-commerce business is booming, and it’s already worth an estimated AED 104 billion, making it a major player in the MENA region’s digital economy. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has emerged as a leading e-commerce hub thanks to a confluence of factors, including the rise of online shopping, the influence of Covid-19, tech-savvy consumers, government support, the expansion of social media, and a simplified licensing process. Shams is an essential resource for new businesses and budding entrepreneurs because of the low cost and minimal red tape involved in setting a shop there.
Shams‘s AED 6,500 Trader Package for E-commerce and General Trading is a landmark program that aims to get more small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) involved in the burgeoning e-commerce sector by taking advantage of the free zone’s advantages.
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