Dubai International Chamber approves 3-year strategy to position Dubai as a global trade hub

Dubai International Chamber approves 3-year strategy to position Dubai as a global trade hub

WAM: Dubai International Chamber’s board of directors recently approved a new strategy for the next three years (2022-2024), which aims to strengthen Dubai’s position as a global trade hub, attract multinational companies to the emirate and support local companies with international expansion.

The virtual meeting was led by Sultan bin Sulayem, Chairman of Dubai International Chamber, and attended by Helal Saeed Almarri, Vice Chairman of Dubai International Chamber and board members Stephen Moss; Gassan Al-Kibsi; May Nasrallah, Mark Willis, Nader Haffar, Dr. Habib Al Mulla, Nabil Habayeb, Sanjiv Kakkar, Elissar Farah Antonios, Julia Onslow-Cole, Shukri Eid, Ahmad Alkhallafi and Rola Abu Manneh, as well as HE Hamad Buamim, President & CEO of Dubai Chambers.

During a virtual meeting, the board approved Dubai International Chamber’s budget for the current year and discussed the priorities and plans outlined under its three-year strategy.

The new strategy focuses on attracting 50 multinational companies to Dubai within three years, supports the external expansion of 100 companies from Dubai to priority foreign markets within two years with the aim of improving the business environment in Dubai and making it conducive to business growth with a focus on multinational companies. In addition to supporting and motivating multinational companies to list on the Dubai Financial Market.