Dubai Invites Small Businesses from India

Dubai Invites Small Businesses from India

Dubai Invites Small Businesses from India

India has a new opportunity in Dubai at Dubai World Central (DWC). Fully owned by Government of Dubai, DWC is set to be a purpose-built aerotropolis around the Al Maktoum International Airport. It was announced Monday.

The DWC Business Park will cater to new companies setting up business in the UAE, particularly those coming from the growing small and medium enterprises (SME) sector in India and around.

To attract and invite Indian businesses to this emerging business destination, DWC high level delegation led by Paolo Serra, VP – Business Park, DWC is on a tour to India – visiting New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai.

[ Also Read: How Small Businesses in India Are Their Own Enemies ]

DWC is a planned Residential, Commercial and Logistics Complex scheme. It is set to be an integrated and self-sustained economic zone and logistics platform supporting wide range of transport modes, logistics and value-added services, including manufacturing and assembly, in a single Free Economic Zone.

“As the Free Economic Zone, DWC offers 100% foreign ownership and zero tax policy along with variety of business licenses,” said Paolo Serra.

DWC is based around Al Maktoum International Airport in Jebel Ali, about 30 minute from Dubai.

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