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, located strategically at the crossroads of
three continents, this exciting city of the world offers a unique gateway to
foreign investors and gives access to a regional population of 1.8 billion. Not
only is it a centre for commerce but is also an innovative, vibrant city
perfectly suited to the 21st century. A melting pot of cultures, where you, your
employees and your clients will enjoy working, living and visiting. You can rest
assured there are excellent healthcare, leisure, shopping and sports facilities,
world-class educational institutions and a very high quality of residential
accommodation. This is all a direct result of Dubai being politically stable for
over 35 years, thanks to a progressive, tolerant, secular and multicultural
Searching for a surging economy?
One of the decade's most progressive cities, Dubai's growth has been characterized by great economic transformations. Business-friendly policies and strategic investments in ultra-modern infrastructure create a high quality business environment that makes Dubai the centre of Middle East economy. Iconic projects like The Palm, Burj Al Arab, and The World reflect the unique mindset and vision of Dubai.
Dubai's safety and cosmopolitan lifestyle is well-known. For four consecutive years, Interpol has ranked Dubai as the safest city in the world, where crime is virtually non-existent. Meanwhile, Dubai modern lifestyle has set it apart from the conservative perception in the region. Dubai is now recognized as a favorite holiday destination as well as a centre of business excellence. The presence of Fortune 500 companies already in Dubai, like IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and Cisco, attests to the region's stability.
As with any successful city, you can expect financial
stability, highly developed transport links, reliable power and utility
supplies, modern telecommunications facilities and top international exhibition
and conference venues.
All this can only mean one thing, growth that is set
to continue well into the future. As the leading regional commercial hub, having
a business in the Dubai Airport Freezone gives overseas companies access to a
market of outstanding potential, in a wide range of sectors. This is why so many
international companies have already chosen to settle their regional operations
Dubai - In the Spotlight
The metropolis of Dubai is fast rising as a global entertainment
destination with its media-friendly initiatives and cosmopolitan
lifestyle. In a short span of four years, the Dubai Media City free
zone has firmly established itself as the media hub of the region.
The opportunity to work in such a dynamic networking environment has
brought together over 1000 companies, including CNN, BBC and Sony,
making it a vibrant mix of talent and resources.
On the geographical front, the transformation of Dubai in the last
decade has been nothing short of fantastic. Golf courses have
replaced desert dunes and tents have given way to iconic
skyscrapers. The city now has a vast range of filming locations,
from the rustic charm of the old Spice Souq lanes to the opulence of
the Burj Al Arab, the world’s tallest and only seven-star hotel. The
winter weather too is a big draw for tourists, who can’t seem to get
enough of its clean beaches and soothing aquamarine waters. It’s no
surprise then that Dubai is the fastest growing tourist destination
in the world, with over 15 million visitors expected in 2010.
Dubai’s picturesque landscapes regularly attract film makers from
Hollywood, Bollywood and around the region. The city also hosts the
annual Dubai International Film Festival which is gaining strong
momentum after a remarkable beginning in December 2004. The wide
range of films and glamorous film personalities who attended the
festival have firmly put Dubai on the world film map.
In addition, Dubai’s open economy and high standard of living
attract the best talent from across the world. Several companies are
based here to be at the crossroads of the Middle East, Africa and
South Asia and target emerging markets of nearly two billion people.
Other factors which contribute to making Dubai the fastest-growing
city in the world are:
10 year GDP growth rate of 8%
Per Capita Income over $20,000, among highest in the world
100% ownership in free zones
No foreign exchange controls, trade barriers or quotas
No Corporate and Income Tax
Diversified economy - Oil and Gas sector contributes only 6%
Access to a huge talent pool of 13.8 million skilled workers
Expatriates constitute over 75% of UAE’s population
Excellent facilities for leisure, sports, education, shopping
Internationally renowned sports facilities include golf,
tennis, water sports, horse riding, dune driving and sand skiing