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Anyone who’s ever ran a business knows it’s a complicated job. Let alone, running a startup. You’ve got thousands of details to follow up on and get right. You typically need to communicate with lawyers, colleagues, investors, and teams – all on different timelines. It takes time, consistency, and a relentless grit to focus on every nitty gritty detail.


Our mission at Clara is to make your startup journey as seamless as possible by providing you the best tools for handling all these legalities. With that in mind, we are excited to share with you the latest updates the product team has been working on the last couple of months.


In this blog post, we will introduce you to our:


  1. Brand new dashboard
  2. Navigation panel addition
  3. US documents option
  4. ADGM tech license


We will also explain how these updates can ultimately improve your experience. So without further ado, let’s dive in and explore the exciting new features and updates that are now available to you on our platform.


The all-new dashboard

Your journey on Clara just got a whole lot easier now thanks to our brand new dashboard. Our all-new dashboard is designed to make it easier to get to the parts of the Clara platform that matter to you, plus gives you also visibility and progress across a variety of tasks.


Once you log into your account you will automatically be taken to the dashboard, consisting of multiple panels with staple actions like: completing profile details, booking a demo, generating an ESOP, upgrading your account (in case it’s not upgraded already) or even sharing your profile, as you can see in the screenshot below.



Clara’s new dashboard has everything you need to stay on top of your company updates and achieve your goals.


Navigational panel

We have also updated our navigation panel to make it easier for you to perform the actions you need. Our new panel provides you with quick access to the different features, allowing you to navigate through the platform faster. For example, you can now add a stakeholder from wherever you are on the platform, without having to go back to the stakeholder map.


Options include adding a company, forming a company, adding a stakeholder, and generating documents.



US documents

We are also proud to announce that we now offer US documents as part of our documents offerings. Our team has worked hard to ensure that our US documents are compliant with all relevant regulations, and we are confident that they will meet your needs.


You can choose the type of documents you need by selecting the drop-down menu under the ‘Generate Documents’ section, as shown in the screenshot below.




ADGM tech license

Finally, we’ve launched the ADGM tech license on our platform. If you’re an innovative tech-startup, you can now easily get your low-cost operating license in ADGM from Clara. This means your incorporation application, renewal filings, and ongoing administration processes can all be completed entirely online, with no need for physical paperwork or in-person meetings.



Wait. It gets even better! The ADGM tech license on Clara takes on average no more than 10 days and has its own set of perks:


✅ Reduced licensing fees

✅ No minimum share capital

✅ Flexible ownership options

✅ Open to any nationality


Learn more about the requirements for the ADGM tech license or start your process by clicking here.



Overall, the latest product releases from Clara have been designed to help ease your user journey and focus on building success. We have worked on introducing the brand new dashboard along with other releases to help you track your company updates faster than ever before and help you achieve more things. But we don’t stop here. We are always looking for ways to improve and make your experience even better.


What improvements would you like to see on our platform? Let us know.


Feel free to contact us via email or across any of our social channels: Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and Linkedin.


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