The United Arab Emirates has managed to achieve a qualitative leap in its economy during the recent years due to the adoption of forward-looking strategy and in anticipation of strategic plans for the future. This move has strengthened UAE’s position on the map of world economy.
Customer experience absent at board level, say 70% of Dimension Data’s CX report respondents
- Investment flows from India to Dubai reach AED 6.12 billion in three years with a total of 109 projects
- 2018 FDI capital inflows to Dubai touch AED 3.71bn in a total of 31 projects
- India is Dubai’s 2nd largest investor in FDI capital and 4th largest in FDI projects during first nine months of 2018
- Visit to Bengaluru & Chennai explores new partnership opportunities in Expo 2020, global trade, startups & real estate
Dubai’s leading business entities in trade and investment, real estate and startup development comprising more than 80 companies visited India recently as part of a delegation led by Dubai Investment Development Agency (Dubai FDI), the investment development agency of Dubai Economy (DED) and organized by key partner Musthafa & Almana. The delegation held seminars and meetings in Bengaluru and Chennai, in line with Dubai FDI’s investment promotion mission aimed at strengthening economic and investment collaboration with strategic cities around the world.
The fourth Maritime Standard Ship Finance and Trade Conference, held at Abu Dhabi’s Sheraton Hotel and Resort, was in many ways very different from the preceding three events in this increasingly popular series. While in other years the sense of challenge and adversity was dominant, this year speakers at the one-day conference were generally much more optimistic and upbeat about market prospects, although a number of potential hazards on the road to full recovery were also much in evidence.
Technology and automation will define the future of road transport according to new IRU research, but significant obstacles stand in the way.
Dubai FDI’s participation in Web Summit in Portugal highlights emirate’s promising growth & expansion opportunities
Since 2008, VC4A (VC4A.com) designs, structures and implements successful entrepreneurship programs on the continent. VC4A.com – the world’s largest database of African startups and connecting local entrepreneurs to learning resources, mentors, investors and partner programs.
Falconcity of Wonders LLC – the developer of the Falconcity of Wonders (FCW) multipurpose mega project, being developed in Dubai, launched its sales event on Thursday, September 20th, 2018, with phenomenal results.
- Delegation to visit Indianapolis & Detroit cities from September 15 to 22, 2018
- Non-oil trade between US & UAE reached USD 24.28 billion in 2017
- Over 1,500 American firms registered in UAE
- More than 50,000 US citizens now living in the UAE
- US pavilion participation at Expo 2020 Dubai
Dubai FDI, the investment development agency of Dubai Economy (DED), is going on to second investment promotion mission to the United States (US) this month in a bid to further strengthen its bilateral relations with one of the world’s leading economic powers. The high-level mission will visit the cities of Indianapolis and Detroit.
Emerging Markets Property Group (EMPG), the parent company of vastly successful property portals in the MENA and South Asia regions, has announced that it has wrapped up a first close of $50 million as part of a substantially larger investment round.
Salim & Sons group was established in 1987 and delivers products and services across a vast number of sectors through its subsidiaries – Three Stars foam factory; Sleep Fine; Premiere Furniture (Restonic); Top Line Furniture Industry; Deyar Real Estate; Suwaidi Gulf General Transport; Al Jawal Contracting Company; KSS Contracting; Al Muadalah Chemical Material Trading and BMA studio. The companies work closely with their business partners in the MENA region and continue to forge new partnerships to further explore new business dimensions while building on brand awareness. With innovation as the core focus of its customer and diversification strategies, the group continues to expand its portfolio in the region, keeping pace with the UAE’s rapid evolution and progress.
Five-day roadshow to meet public & private organizations focused on technologies, healthcare, agriculture, aerospace, transportation & infrastructure
Frost & Sullivan finds declining capital cost of solar and wind, rise in battery energy storage adoption, disruptive start-ups contributing to competition, and increases in mergers and acquisitions will drive growth opportunities
Capillary Technologies, a leading cloud-based software solutions company that enables retailers to intelligently engage with their customers, announced the raising of approximately $20 million over the past year from its existing investors including Warburg Pincus and Sequoia Capital.