Business people from a diverse range of companies and sectors met with His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, to discuss ways to enhance Dubai’s appeal to the business community.
A workshop involving around 80 business people and government officials sought ways to stimulate the economic and business sectors, supporting SME owners and providing private and permanent homes for foreign investors and their families to encourage them to stay and become part of the UAE’s community.
Shaikh Mohammad said, “The most important part of these workshops is constructive dialogue that achieve a true partnership between the public and private sector, particularly in light of the advantages that are available on a daily basis, which encourages consolidating cooperation and consultations between public bodies and business people and investors.”
Ramy Zaki, Chairman of the Multinational Companies Business Group (MCBG), formed two weeks ago, was one of those attending.
“It was an initiative from the government … to see what more can be done to ensure that Dubai remains as competitive as possible and continues its path of growth and attractiveness,” he said, though he preferred to leave details of what was discussed to a government announcement,
Source: Gulf News