NikKhah service helps startups with setup in Dubai and growth

22 March 2022 2 min. read

International professional services group NikKhah has launched a new offering that helps startups with setting up and building out their business in Dubai.

From its Middle East offices in Iran, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates, NikKhah Group provides businesses and entrepreneurs with a range of services, including business development, trading (export/import), management consulting and more.

Bringing together its experience in helping businesses expand into and operate in Dubai, NikKhah has now launched a new venture that focuses on business setup and acceleration.

NikKhah helps startups with setting up and growth in Dubai

“Our new practice helps entrepreneurs around the world build their startups in Dubai,” said Amir NikKhah, CEO at NikKhah Group.

“We have a professional team that can support: the setup of a company, obtaining operating licenses, office search and rental (and for manufacturers and retailers: warehousing spaces or production facilities), and finance and fiscal matters,” he added.

The new venture also has an offering that guides startups through seed and early stage funding rounds, from strategy through to execution. “Our experts have experience with reviewing ideas and pitch decks, writing business plans, finding investors and guiding negotiations, and support during the transaction process.”

Meanwhile, consultants from subsidiary NikKhah Consulting can advise startups on improvements to their business and operating models, and mentoring during scale-up phases.

In advising its clients, NikKhah can leverage an extensive ecosystem of partners in the startup and innovation landscape, including investment companies, venture capitalists, angels and incubators.

For export-oriented startups, “we also offer support with international trade, helping them for globalisation out their base in Dubai,” concluded NikKhah.

According to a survey of 200 international cities by e-commerce player Oberlo, Dubai is the top ranked city in the Middle East for business launchers, scoring highly on criteria including a favourable business tax system, a mature logistics infrastructure and wide-ranging technology ecosystem.