DMCC welcomes 2,000 new companies in 2019

DMCC welcomes 2,000 new companies in 2019
DMCC welcomes 2,000 new companies in 2019

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The Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) added 1,969 new companies in 2019, a signal of strong investor confidence in Dubai and DMCC's position as one of the world's most interconnected business districts.

The DMCC finished 2019 with the strongest fourth-quarter registrations in four years as 559 companies signed up in the fourth quarter, a 20 per cent increase on the same period in 2018.

This follows the registration of 202 new member companies in October 2019, the highest figure in a single month for two years. Overall, registrations grew 5.4 per cent year-on-year.

"The DMCC is a global hub for trade and an interconnected business district in the heart of Dubai. We added 2, 000 companies from a variety of backgrounds and sectors in 2019, and are now home to over 17,000 companies. The strong 2019 performance is the result of us listening to our member companies, constantly enhancing our services and broadening our engagement with business communities around the world," said Ahmed bin Sulayem, executive chairman and chief executive officer of the DMCC.

"The DMCC continues to attract foreign direct investment to Dubai from key international markets including China and India. We look forward to welcoming more companies in 2020 and in turn, increasing our contribution to Dubai's GDP and the wider national economic diversification strategy," he added.

The new member companies include startups, small and medium enterprises and multinational firms from a variety of sectors, adding to the diverse business ecosystem the DMCC has built within its Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT) community. Over 100,000 people live, work and thrive in JLT, where everyday lives are transformed by DMCC's smart district solutions.

The DMCC's approach to attracting foreign direct investment to Dubai is in line with the eight principles of the Fifty-Year Charter announced in 2019 by His Highness Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

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