Dubai – Mubasher: Dubai International Chamber, one of the three chambers operating under Dubai Chambers, has opened three new international representative offices in Egypt, Israel, and Türkiye, based in Cairo, Tel Aviv, and Istanbul, respectively.
The Cairo office was officially inaugurated on Monday, 12 December, according to a press release.
The formal inauguration of the representative office in Tel Aviv took place in the Israeli capital on Tuesday, 13 December while the Istanbul office followed on Wednesday, 14 December.
The new openings support Dubai Chambers’ strategic goals to attract international business and investment to Dubai and to drive the global expansion of its members.
“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. Supported by strategic public and private sector partners, Dubai Global accelerates efforts to boost Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade from AED 1.40 trillion to AED 2 trillion by 2026, as part of the emirate’s five-year foreign trade plan.
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.