The recently framed board of Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, one of the three chambers under the as of late rebuilt Dubai Chambers, held its first meeting at the association’s headquarters on Monday where it examined the Chamber’s needs and plans for the remainder of the year.
The meeting, headed Omar bin Sultan Al Olama, Chairman of Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, was gone to by board individuals Ahmad Abdullah bin Byat; Hamad Obaid Al Mansoori; Khalid Ahmed Al Tayer; Rashid Abdullah Al Ghurair; Fadi Ghandour; Mona Ataya; Rashid Mohamed Alabbar; Ronaldo Mouchawar; Mudassir Sheikha; Mansour Al Habtoor; Elissa Freiha; Dany Farha; and Hind Abdul Hamied Seddiqi. Hamad Buamim, President and CEO of Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, likewise went to the meeting.
During the meeting, Ahmad Abdullah bin Byat was named Vice Chair of the board of Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, while board individuals talked about the different jobs that the Chamber will play in upgrading Dubai’s offer and economic intensity in accordance with the directives of His Highness Sheik Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
Declared recently, the directives set up another construction for Dubai Chamber involving three chambers – to be specific, Dubai Chamber of Commerce, Dubai Chamber of International Trade and Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy.
During the meeting, Al Olama reported that the board has received another roadmap determined to speed up the development of Dubai’s digital economy and multiplying the quantity of digital companies working in the emirate in the coming years.
“This roadmap will raise Dubai’s situation as a worldwide innovator in digital economy, and draw in specific ability, driving companies and new investments to the market. Local examples of overcoming adversity, for example, Careem and Souq have helped Dubai’s allure as a center point for web based business and digital economy, and we desire to increase current standards much higher by drawing in other worldwide players that can uphold the emirate’s digital economy aspirations and advancement environment,” said Al Olama.
He noticed that the board of heads of the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy will run after accomplishing other key destinations, like cultivating best practices and associations, putting together roadshows, campaigning and strategy support, market creation, self-guideline, preparing and business advancement. Furthermore, he noticed that the board would audit and endorse new drives and projects intended to help Dubai’s digital economy goals, give input on enactment and administrative changes and distinguish market difficulties and openings.
The development of three chambers of business is pointed toward supporting global exchange and the digital economy and a five-year intend to expand Dubai’s unfamiliar exchange from Dhs 1.4 trillion to Dhs 2 trillion over the course of the following five years.
In the mean time, the recently framed board of Dubai Chamber of Commerce, one of the three chambers under the as of late rebuilt Dubai Chambers, held its first meeting last week at the organisation’s base camp where it embraced a 90-day intend to drive business development in Dubai.