Ease of working, security and also location are the top advantages of doing business in Dubai, according to international investors polled during a recent webinar organised by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Throughout the webinar entitled, Advantages of Doing Business in Dubai, 51% of participants stated they liked purchasing Dubai as a result of the emirate's conducive business environment, adhered to by safety as well as security (39%), critical location (32%) and brand-new business incentives and also stimulation measures (27%).
Food & beverage, manufacturing and tourism & hospitality were recognized as Dubai's key sectors of passion for international businessmen, drawing the interest of 32%, 9% as well as 6% of participants, specifically.
The occasion belonged to a webinar collection organized by Dubai Chambers representative offices in Africa together with Bizzmosis. The virtual event attracted the participation of greater than 100 magnate from 32 countries throughout the GCC, Africa and Eurasia.
Presentations supplied an overview of Dubai's economy, business environment and also competitive advantages, and highlighted the different kinds of free zones and also trade licenses readily available to foreign companies, underlining the emirate's strategic place offering simple access to surrounding markets throughout the Middle East and Asia.
The event featured a strong line-up of speakers that shared their understandings on business opportunities emerging within Dubai's products trading, hospitality, fashion, manufacturing and agri-business sectors. Speakers included Omar Khan, Director of International Offices, Dubai Chamber; Marianna Bulbuc, CEO as well as Founder of Bizzmosis; Zemedeneh Negatu, Global Chairman, Fairfax Africa Fund, LLC; and also Norvan Acquah-Hayford, Public Relations Manager, Ghana Link Network Services.
Omar Khan, Director of International Offices at Dubai Chamber stated the webinar offered an ideal opportunity for foreign investors and company owner to learn about attractive business opportunities opening in the Dubai market, including that the event explored new manner ins which UAE companies and their global counterparts can expand their cooperation in a post-Covid-19 world.
"As many nations around the globe face disruptions in supply chains and various other challenges due to the impact of Covid-19, lots of companies are looking for reliable trading companions and markets like Dubai that can enable them to broaden their global footprint," said Khan, including that the outcomes of Dubai Chamber survey mirrors growing confidence in Dubai among foreign investors.