Roadshow showcases Dubai opportunities for SA businesses

Skyline of Dubai. (iStock)
Skyline of Dubai. (iStock)

The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) will be hosting its international Made For Trade Live event in Johannesburg for the first time on March 18, 2020.

The Free Zone was established in 2002 to attract and promote trade through Dubai. It is home to over 17 000 companies and a community of 100 000 people.

Since its inception, DMCC has attracted over 3 000 businesses from 17 cities around the globe to its series of international roadshows. The outreach programme brings together business leaders and organisations looking to expand their home base and offers them insights into the commercial appeal of Dubai and the opportunities the city offers for growth in the region and beyond.

"DMCC sits at the heart of Dubai and connects its members to the fastest-growing markets in Africa, the Middle East and Asia, as well as the important cornerstone markets of the West. We look forward to the event in Johannesburg, and briefing delegates on how DMCC can help grow their enterprise through our global connections, robust infrastructure and state-of-the-art services," says Ahmed Bin Sulayem, executive chair and CEI of DMCC.

The half day programme in Johannesburg will feature a series of speakers and panel discussions that will highlight the advantages of doing and expanding business in Dubai through DMCC.

Registration is free and includes lunch and networking opportunities.

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