Dubai International Chamber, one of the three chambers operating under Dubai Chambers, has announced the launch of three new international representative offices based in Cairo, Tel Aviv, and Istanbul in order to support its global expansion.
The new openings support Dubai Chambers’ strategic goals to attract international business and investment to Dubai.
According to the statement, they are in line with the ‘Dubai Global’ initiative launched by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council to establish 50 representative offices for Dubai in five continents by 2030.
“Dubai Global” aims to attract foreign MNCs, SMEs, investors, and international talent to Dubai by showcasing the emirate’s competitive advantages, sharing investment intelligence, and engaging with overseas stakeholders.
Commenting on the inauguration of the new offices, Mr. Hassan Al Hashemi, Vice President of International Relations, at Dubai Chambers, said that, “Dubai Chambers continues to lead the Dubai business community’s efforts to strengthen avenues of trade and economic cooperation between the UAE and regional markets, and our new offices in Egypt, Israel and Turkey will help expand Dubai companies’ access to the growing markets while attracting inward investment from these countries into Dubai.”
The new openings bring the number of Dubai International Chamber’s representative offices around the world to 15. The Chamber already has representative offices across Africa, Latin America, Eurasia, India, and China.
“Through global network development, business engagement events, and facilitation of public-private sector partnerships, we provide our member companies with unparalleled opportunities to navigate the diverse investment opportunities in the region. The economic potential in Egypt, Israel, and Türkiye, is impressive. We will continue to drive bilateral trade between the UAE and the three countries to boost collaboration in new and existing commercial sectors and unlock the endless opportunities of Dubai’s highly diverse business environment for Egyptian, Israeli, and Turkish businesses,” Mr. Al Hashemi added.