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The Top 5 Ways to Find a Company's TRN Number in Dubai

Finding the right company to invest in can be hard, especially when the company you’re interested in has been around for some time but you can’t find any information about it. When you’re starting out, it can seem impossible to find this number and many would-be investors give up at this point. However, all hope is not lost! There are several ways you can find the TRN number of any company and this article will show you just how to do that in Dubai and other parts of the UAE.

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1) Search on LinkedIn

Not all companies list their TRC number on their LinkedIn profiles, but there are several ways that you can find it. Try searching by entering TRC [Company Name]. Or you can use an advanced search such as TRC:*[Company Name] or TRC:[Company Name] if you’re looking for any TRC numbers that might have been entered in different formats.

2) Go to the Companies House Website

The first step is finding out if you are dealing with a new company or an existing one. This can be done by checking its business registration details from companies house website. It will give you information on how long it has been operating, type of business, location and company registration number. You can also find out other financial details such as its capital, which may help you make an assessment of how strong or stable it is.

3) Look it up on their Website

While there are several ways of searching for a company’s trade registration number, simply doing an online search for it is typically one of the easiest methods. Googling company name + UAE + TRN will often get you where you need to go.

4) Call them!

It’s shocking, but many UAE businesses don’t even know their own company number. If they can’t give you their full TRN number, they probably won’t be able to provide services for you. This is an easy way to weed out questionable companies from those that are up-to-date with all of their documentation.

5) Ask your friends who they use

If you have friends or family members who live and work in Dubai, find out if they know anyone with a home here. If so, ask for their help to find out what companies are working on your specific project and connect you with someone who can assist you further. This is a great way to get connected quickly. Of course, be sure that you’re asking people who will give you an honest answer; not everyone has positive things to say about their experiences working with every company they’ve ever worked with!

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