Members of the UAE delegation with their US counterparts during the seminar in Houston.
Business Bureau,Gulf Today
DUBAI: Dubai FDI, the investment development agency of the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai, held an interactive seminar along with several strategic meetings with senior executives in Houston, Texas. The seminar saw the participation of leading entities from Dubai such as Dubai Exports, DP World, Jafza, DMCC, US-UAE Business Council, Jumeirah Group, Emirates Group, the US Consulate General in Dubai, the UAE Embassy Washington, and the UAE Consulate General in the US.
The investment mission to Houston is part of the global promotional investment programme, which aims to exchange and explore potential investment partnerships within key sectors such as innovation in space and economic growth, and the promotion of Dubai as a preferred global investment destination known for its ease of doing business and investment-friendly policies in line with the emirate’s consistent strategy to diversify the economy.
The mission to the United States, which lasts until September 14, strives to enhance the relationships with one of the world’s leading economic powers and highlighting Dubai’s investment opportunities as a preferred global destination for foreign direct investment and doing business.
Fahad Al Gergawi, CEO of Dubai FDI: “The mission is an important step for Dubai to explore new fields of partnership with Houston, where the seminar witnessed massive participation from our strategic partners at Dubai’s advantages seminar, where we highlighted the emirate’s competitive advantages and encouraging potential as a preferred investment destination for US companies seeking to expand in the UAE and the region. I highly appreciate the continued support and work of the delegation participating in the programme of international promotional missions of the Dubai Government to promote the Emirate’s leadership as a highly preferred investment destination for international investors.
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