TISO certificahere are many ISO certified companies in the middle east. ISO Certified companies focus on improving the quality of products and services. All organization can apply for ISO certification. tion helps to attain, trust from suppliers, clients and workers in the organization. ISO certification institutes give assistance to develop SOP’s & work Instructions for all processes. ISO implementations help you to manage the whole system efficiently. Exsolutiongroup in Dubai provides ISO certification assistance (www.exsolutiongroup.com). Exsolutiongroup focuses on quality services. ISO certification gives you the advantage of developing your business internationally. ISO certification institutes give assistance to develop SOP’s & work Instructions for all processes. ISO implementations
help you to manage the whole system efficiently. ISO Certification groups are present in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Doha, etc.

Doha, Qatar

Doha is one of the best city in Qatar. It is the capital of Qatar, Doha is one of the developing cities in the whole middle east. There are many people in the world, who are migrating to the middle east. This is another place to do business in Qatar. It currently has the third-largest GDP per capita in the whole world with 1.8 million citizens as of 2013, 1.3 million of which live in Doha. All of Qatar’s top trade partners are Asian nations (Japan, South Korea, and India), making Doha a prime location for business targeting Asian markets. The economic wealth of Doha and Qatar, as a whole, is due entirely to the discovery of oil in 1940. Petroleum and natural gas production account for the majority of the country and city’s revenue, but the government is seeking to move away from oil dependence and expanding its income source. Doha, in particular, has been expanding in the real estate industry and in construction, particularly in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Which will be hosted in Qatar. The extensive construction in Doha could be seen as a positive sign of growth and expansion. In order to start a business in Qatar, you must first go through a lengthy registration process at the Ministry of Trade and Business. Knowing Arabic or having a business partner who knows Arabic is imperative, as part of the registration process is submitting articles of association which must be prepared and written in Arabic before being accepted. As in UAE, foreigners are not allowed to have majority ownership of enterprises in Qatar, so you must also find a business partner who is national to own at least 51% of your company. The partner
is not legally obliged to contribute financially to the enterprise or to assist in the daily operation of the company and, as majority owner, can terminate operations at any time. The partner must either be an individual Qatari or a local company which is 100% owned by Qataris. Qatar is also a member of the World Trade Organization.

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi is another city in the middle east with extraordinary development. Abu Dhabi has its own importance in middle east history. Located a mere 147 kilometers from Dubai, Abu Dhabi is another great choice for potential locations to do business in the Middle East. As the capital of the UAE, Abu Dhabi is the seat of the Emirati government and is home to the President of UAE, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan. The emirate independently has one of the highest GDPs per capita in the world and is currently the richest emirate in the country. Abu Dhabi is also a city of great economic importance. Currently, there is over one trillion dollars globally invested in the city, making it a hotspot for investors seeking new markets and entrepreneurs
from all over the globe. Abu Dhabi is a tax-free and duty-free city, making it optimal for extensive trade, especially because of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi repatriates all of the profits from a foreign venture to the owners without holding any of the revenue. This makes Abu Dhabi extremely competitive option when picking a new place to do business. The process for starting a business and restrictions on businesses are the same throughout all of UAE, so, as a non-national, you will need to have an Emirati partner to own the majority of the business (51% or more). Abu Dhabi is an amazing place to look forward too.