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The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry announced that its recent launch of the International Business Network (IBN) is proving a strategic tool for promoting Dubai’s investment environment in light of the increasing demand by international companies to set up base in Dubai.
The International Business Network is an ideal platform for global companies to obtain information about the business environment in Dubai, the legal conditions and requirements for setting up business in the emirate and to avail the wide variety of benefits currently available to Dubai Chamber members including economic studies and research and business setting up advice.
The online network is part of Dubai Chamber’s strategy to expand its foreign trade and to enhance the competitiveness of Dubai’s business environment while providing the online business community with all the benefits that would help their easy entry into the Dubai market.
H.E. Hamad Buamim, President and CEO, Dubai Chamber, informed that the new smartphone services launched by the Chamber will help increase the number of online members while promoting the emirate as a major destination for business and finance.
He further stressed that the development of e-services and updating of the Chamber’s website will help our customers from all over the world to access all the information they need about doing business in Dubai, adding that the Chamber was now focused on facilitating and streamlining of its services and products offered to its existing members including those from IBN.
During its participation in GITEX this week, Dubai Chamber is running a competition whereby businesses stand a chance to win one of the 10 free annual subscriptions to its International Business Network by subscribing at www.dubaichamber.com/IBNand tweeting the same @Dubai Chamber. The subscribers’ names will go into a draw being conducted on the concluding day of the exhibition.
The online network offers a variety of services for the members wanting to set up business in Dubai as well access to valuable research documents, including specialised country and international reports by the Oxford Business Group, quarterly business outlook updates, credit rating services, and economic studies which are enjoyed by the existing Chamber members.
They also become entitled toother services like contract drafting for new businesses, use of the Chamber’s business lounges and meeting facilities, and discounted rates for networking events and business conferences as well as the opportunity to hold bilateral meeting and network with potential local partners.