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“The UAE ranks among the top 25 in the Global Competitiveness Index. Those who plan to do more business in the Emirates could also announce this in the future via remote work and bleisure stays on site. Information on current business conditions in the UAE is offered, among other things, by a business trip in January 2022. “

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will celebrate its 50th birthday in December 2021 – and is attracting founders, starters and experts as much as ever. Supported by high investment incentives, the UAE currently ranks among the top 25 in the Global Competitiveness Index. Economists predict that its position in the list could improve further in the coming years.
“This rich trading nation holds many business opportunities for foreign export companies today. The business environment is considered dynamic and open,” says Ursula Rimmele-Konzelmann, Head of Organisation & Project Management at the Deltakap Law Firm Group, which is headquartered near Munich and has a office in Ras Al Khaimah. “However, medium-sized exporters must exercise caution when opening up, not least because of the deeply rooted cultural and religious peculiarities of daily life in the United Arab Emirates.”

Understanding the market

If you want to find out about current business opportunities in the UAE, the Deltakap Law Firm Group in cooperation with Corinna Döpkens Travel Management invites you to a market exploration tour to the Emirates of Dubai, Ras Al Khaimah and Um al Quwain from 21 January to 27 January 2022.
During the business trip “Investment Location UAE”, entrepreneurs from all sectors will gain insights into several companies, receptions are planned in the Freezone of IFZA or Al Yalais, as well as a visit to the Expo. There will be networking opportunities with participants during golf tours and excursions into the desert. Further information here.

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