How to set up a food industrybusiness in the UAE
The Emirates are recognized worldwide as a reliable and promising marketfor doing business in the Food and Beverage sector. We will tell you how to become successful in this niche, how to avoid miscalculations not miss out on prospects.
Who should attend this online consultation?
In search of solutions to optimize and expand your business from the UAE
Wishing to get new business opportunitieswithin the UAE market
Who wish to scale up production with accessto the largest markets in the region
Seeking profitable tailored solutions todevelop and expand their F&B service offerings
Who want to enter new sales markets andexpand their global presence by opening a business in the UAE
Investors in anexisting business
Looking for opportunities to profitably investtheir capital in current F&B projects or FoodTech / F&B startups in the UAE
What you will learn from our online consultation
From this online interactive you will take
SORP online workshop agenda
- Prospects for the development of the UAE until 2030
- Capacity and trends of the UAE’s F&B industry
- Promising and unoccupied niches today
- Peculiarities of UAE legislation
- Product certification and licensing your business and goods
- Import and export of goods, working with UAE customs authorities
- Go-to-market strategy, choice of form and place of incorporation, immigration issues
- The cost of starting and running a business in the UAE
- Mistakes to avoid when starting and doing business in the UAE
- Opportunities for doing international business under the flag of the UAE
- International business optimization trends
- International tax planning tools
In addition, participants will be able to benefit from expert experience and practical advice designed to fully prepare you for hands-on running of a promising and profitable F&B business in the UAE.
Speakers at SORP online consultation
Maxim PerlinHEAD of Buisness management dept
An entrepreneur and investor with more than 20 years of experience in investment banking. A graduate of Lubin School of Business, Pace University, New York.
Having received his MBA degree in Finance, Maxim worked in a number of investment banks and financial institutions as an equity trader and corporate finance advisor in Russia and the UAE.
He has structured a number of M&A deals and managed investment portfolios of USD $100M+ proprietary and for his large clientele. Investor and mentor of several IT and e-commerce startups. Experienced public speaker and director of SORP Business School, also responsible for educational programs.
His areas of interest and focus are venture capital, financial applications, and blockchain. Working independently, he is representing a number of Russian, European and Israeli companies in the UAE, providing effective networking and communication and arranging signings of commercial contracts and further support.
Elena TselishchevaManaging Partner, Sorp GROUP
Managing partner of SORP Group and practicing business and corporate lawyer. Elena has built her expertise in establishing and managing international business over a 20-year career.
She is a highly experienced corporate consultant across wide range of industries and fields; a business mentor and coach for more than 15 years of practice in the UAE.
From setting up her own due diligence and marketing research agency, Elena grew her 1st enterprise and successfully sold it. She then owned the European Bankers Trust, operating in 5 jurisdictions (Russia, Cyprus, Austria, Switzerland, UAE) and managed a project management company with expertise in 25 economy sectors.
Her spheres of interests are in setting up holdings and trust structures and international business optimization. She developed the successful mentoring methodology and practices which combine business psychology with leadership development strategy using global best practices and trends in localization.