A letter from Her Majesty The Queen to British Businesses Around the World
This letter, from Her Majesty The Queen, was received by the British Chamber of Commerce to be distributed to all British businesses around the world in recognition of the challenges that are being faced by the British business community around the world during the pandemic.
In 2019, Economic Substance Regulations (Regulations) were introduced in the UAE that place on obligation on UAE businesses to demonstrate that they have adequate operational and financial connections with the UAE. This follows the introduction of similar legislation around the world, including other popular offshore jurisdictions, in order to ensure compliance with international initiatives to combat harmful tax practices.
Multi-Nation Business Continuity Task Force Convenes in Abu Dhabi and Dubai
The BBG is proud to be an active contributor and member of the newly established Multi-Nation Business Continuity Task Force, initiated by AmCham Dubai and AmCham Abu Dhabi to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Task Force aims to gauge sentiment; assess business continuity challenges; support the wider business community on specifics that require UAE government assistance; provide a channel of communication for its members, and is committed to supporting members on an individual basis where possible, in addition to presenting common strategic themes at the government level.
LinkedIn Coach and Video Marketing Agency Business Owner Vietek Ladislaav Shares Top 5 Tips for Creating a Productive Profile
Vietek Ladislaav is the founder of Square Motion, a Dubai-based Video Marketing Agency and as a certified LinkedIn coach, he helps business owners and entrepreneurs to use LinkedIn for business growth.
H.M. Ambassador and H.M. Consul General’s Business Briefing to the British Business Groups 28 May 2020
The BBG Business Briefing with Her Majesty?s Ambassador to UAE Patrick Moody and Her Majesty?s Consul General to UAE Andrew Jackson, held on Thursday 28th?May, for the British Business Groups? members was held under Chatham House Rules, and therefore sharing a recording was not possible. However, you will find an overview below directly from the Department for International Trade detailing the core messages.
Important Trade Mark Considerations During COVID-19 and Beyond
In our recent Business Continuity Survey, we observed a de-prioritisation around compliance and legal matters as companies admitted to fire-fighting to survive in a pandemic. Activity around immediate financial concerns flooded the corporate to-do list understandably and only 14% of companies stated that legal and compliance considerations were a current priority.
During these unprecedented times many people are reflecting on whether their own affairs are in order. For expatriates living in the UAE, the importance of having a valid Will cannot be stressed strongly enough more so now than ever before.