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Dubai has been one of the leading international business centers and economic leaders of the future for several years now. Recently, it has become clear that it is also a key destination for foreign offices and domestic companies. According to Yale University, the total number has exceeded 1,000 and continues to grow. However, to successfully penetrate this lucrative market, which offers many business opportunities, it is necessary to develop a strategy that takes into account both local conditions and many unpredictable factors. In this article, we will discuss the features of PR in the UAE and effective strategies for business development in this region, especially in Dubai.
The official state language in the Emirates is Arabic. All documents are written in modern Arabic, negotiations are conducted and information is reported to local media.
The real estate rental market in the UAE is breaking records year after year and has grown by tens of percent in 2023. The momentum will continue this year as the Emirates confirms its reputation as a global business hub. This factor, as well as tax preferences and quality of life, attract wealthy people around the world here, which increases the demand for real estate and rental rates.
Dubai is not the lifeless desert it was once thought to be! The Emirates have debunked the stereotype that their land is uninhabitable. They have built the world’s tallest building on shifting sands and created oases of greenery, defying nature. The desert has transformed into a Garden of Eden, and here are the five greenest and most environmentally friendly areas of Dubai, where living is comfortable even at +40 degrees.
The construction of Palm Jumeirah marked one of Dubai’s initial steps toward global recognition. The Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed, pledged to create an artificial archipelago resembling a palm tree with 17 fronds by 2006. He aimed to transform the emirate into a premier tourist destination and luxury resort.
We extend our welcome and are excited to present our latest analytical review. Bloomberg recognizes the Dubai market as one of the most promising and accessible globally. Dubai currently holds the fourth position in luxury housing offers. Russian investors took the lead in real estate acquisitions, spending over 800 billion rubles last year, according to expert estimates.
The MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region is formed by about twenty states of the Middle East and North Africa – the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, and Algeria, with a total population of 355 million people. This is a growing market, it is actively developing and attracts entrepreneurs and investors from all over the world.
Social, geopolitical, and economic events in the world affect all areas of our lives: the hotel business, which has experienced great upheaval in recent years, has also changed noticeably. However, tourism continues to flourish, including the luxury segment.
Huge malls for shopping lovers, breathtaking attractions for fans of extreme entertainment, restaurants, and snow-white beaches. Dubai has everything to make your holiday unforgettable.
After the appearance of Bitcoin, it became clear that it does not provide true anonymity and sooner or later modifications of the cryptocurrency would be created. The emergence of a new sector of the crypto market was bound to cause concern among regulators.
Recently there was heavy rain in Dubai: the norm for six months of rainfall fell in one day. Schools were switched to distance learning, flights were canceled or moved to other airports. It became impossible to use ground transport for a certain time.
Often those who are going to buy a studio or a small apartment in a new building believe that “free planning” from the developer is carte blanche for any changes, and approval is not required for this.
In the world of real estate, Dubai occupies one of the leading positions, adhering to an innovative and progressive approach. It is interesting to consider the changes that will impact the market in the coming years.
There are four possible scenarios for making money on foreign real estate, presented for novice investors, in which even a small capital may be sufficient.
Home to the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai is renowned for its impressive hotels and shopping centers. However 2003, a new project worth billions of dollars captured the world’s attention.
Favorable tariffs for tourists and expats, speed and availability of the Internet in Dubai – we talked about everything in the article.
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Dubai is a beacon of modernity and progress in the Middle East. However, just a few decades ago, it was primarily inhabited by Bedouins, fishermen, traditional farmers, and nomads. These people lived in tents and…
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Dubai epitomizes luxury, with its journey from a humble fishing port to a dazzling global metropolis being nothing short of spectacular. Witnessing the city of gold for the first time is a breathtaking experience, with…
The choice between Dubai and Oman has confronted many investors lately, so let’s figure it out.
Marketers often tell entrepreneurs that they need a strategy, and without it, the business will not develop. But to what extent is this true? Let’s look at what a marketing strategy is, whether every business needs it, and what benefits it brings.
The stability and profitability of real estate investments in Dubai largely depend on the choice of location. In this guide, we will compare several well-known areas and analyze where it is most profitable to purchase real estate.
Last year, the United Arab Emirates once again secured a position in the top 10 countries for global competitiveness. The renowned International Institute of Management Development (IMD) compiled the rating, analyzing world economies based on 336 criteria grouped into four key categories: financial performance, entrepreneurial activity, government effectiveness, and infrastructure quality. The leaders of this list create ideal conditions for business development, ensuring rapid economic growth.
Moving to Dubai is a dream for many, given the city’s blend of modernity and luxury, making it an enticing destination for new residential and business opportunities. Let’s delve into what Dubai has to offer expats and explore key aspects to consider before booking that one-way flight.
Right now, the dynamic property market in the Emirate is witnessing the emergence of new trends that are shaping its landscape. These trends encompass migration patterns, changes in buyer demographics, luxury property transformations, resale dynamics, stability in the mid-market, and the infusion of new technologies into the home services sector.
Dubai is known for its unique architecture, sophisticated lifestyle, and vibrant economy. Many people dream of purchasing real estate in this amazing place. However, when taking such an important step as buying land, various factors need to be taken into account. In this article, we will look at what you should pay attention to when purchasing a plot of land in Dubai.
We will explore how the installment plan system works in Dubai, the conditions offered by developers, and answer the question of what consequences are possible if payments are made late.
In the center of Business Bay, in the fashionable territory of the United Arab Emirates, rises the 69-story Paramount Dubai hotel, turning into a real “blockbuster” of hotel offerings. Here, with the help of modern media technologies, every corner, from the 823 rooms to the lobbies and lounges, is imbued with the glamorous atmosphere of American cinema.
Developer Hussein Sajwani has amassed immense wealth in the real estate sector, employing unique promotions and leveraging his friendship with Donald Trump.
The real estate market in this small emirate has become a focal point for global investors. According to the Dubai Land Department, there were over 61,000 transactions from January to June 2023, a significant 43% increase compared to the same period last year.
As of the beginning of the second half of 2023, 35% of projects in Dubai were commissioned behind schedule. The average delay in commissioning for new buildings was six months, with larger projects experiencing a lag of up to two and a half years. 41% of projects delivered at the wrong time are delayed for 10 years.

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