To further accelerate and diversify Qatar’s economic growth, the Qatari Government has established various free zones, and economic zones to attract foreign direct investment and provide support to startups and SMEs looking to establish and expand businesses in Qatar.
The Ras Bufontas – Airport Free Zone is a free zone located in the Middle Eastern part of Qatar. Equipped with a wide array of customized and flexible facilities, businesses can take advantage of the free zone’s strategic location, making it accessible to business districts and communities within the region.
Established in 2010, Umm AlHoul Free Zone is a special economic zone in Qatar offering a wide range of facilities and services such as custom clearance, warehousing and storage, trade facilitation, and finance and banking services for business. The free zone is directly located beside Qatar’s world-class commercial port, Hamad Port.
The Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) is a technology park in the city of Doha, Qatar. It was established in 2009 with the goal of accelerating innovation and promoting the development of technology-based industries in Qatar. The QSTP provides a range of support services for technology businesses, including access to research and development facilities, business incubation and acceleration services, and a range of networking and collaboration opportunities.
Select a unique trade name that aligns with the naming requirements, ensuring it stands out and represents your business effectively.
Our expert team will help you prepare a Memorandum of Association (MOA) or Articles of Association (AOA) that provides crucial details about your company and have it authorized by the relevant authority under the Ministry of Justice.
Submit applications for the necessary trade license and tax certificate, both essential for lawful operations within the free zone.
You are required to register a commercial office address under your business name.
We will help you apply for an establishment card from the Ministry of the Interior, confirming your business’s legal entity status.
Apply for a Tax Identification Number (TIN) through the Public Revenue and Tax Authority.
Acquire a company seal to authenticate important documents and ensure their legitimacy.