The Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) and du, the Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), have officially opened the Digital Business Hub to provide value-added services to the business sector.
According to the statement, this initiative is in line with implementing the government’s initiatives to drive digital transformation and to launch smart initiatives that contribute to enhancing the competitiveness and sustainability of Dubai’s business sectors.
Further, it intends to strengthen Dubai’s position as the ideal platform for regional and global enterprises to expand and thrive.
Mr. Mohammed Hassan AlShehhi, Acting CEO of Business Registration and Licensing sector in DET said that, “Our partnership with du is part of the ongoing efforts to promote excellence in services and to launch smart initiatives that will contribute to raising the competitiveness and sustainability of business in Dubai, thereby enhancing investor confidence.”
Through the Digital Business Hub, entrepreneurs can access a variety of du services and mobile telecom solutions that will enable businesses to launch their companies swiftly and pursue ideas through a comprehensive digital portal to achieve successful outcomes.
The Digital Business Hub will also provide self-service and interactive screens and creativity and innovation rooms for training programs and workshops.
Mr. Ahmad Aburuhaima, Head of Government Relations at du commented that “du is pleased to collaborate with the Department of Economy and Tourism in Dubai to launch this initiative, which embodies our common goal of providing support to companies and institutions across various business sectors, in line with the directives of UAE leadership – so that Dubai remains at the forefront of the list of preferred destinations for establishing and maintaining businesses regionally and globally.”
“Our main goal in contributing to the Digital Business Hub initiative is to provide businesses of all sizes with smart connectivity services and solutions designed to help them grow their business and keep pace with the demands of the digital future,” Mr. Aburuhaima added.