DWC highlights Business Park at Big 5
Dubai, November 27, 2013
Dubai World Central (DWC) is showcasing its comprehensive office solutions of its Business Park at the ongoing Big 5, the international building and construction show in Dubai.
The preview provides businesses with first-hand experience on the Business Park’s avant-garde offerings and makes it easier for them to acquire the space and flexibility they need to consolidate their position in the region, said a statement.
A range of choices from single shared desks to 15,000 sq m offices, from ready-to-move-in to open plan spaces, is also being presented to cater to the specific needs of companies belonging to diverse industries, it said.
Paolo Serra, director of DWC Business Park, said: “Being a part of the multifaceted DWC project, the Business Park offers advantages to companies operating here. The multimodal logistics platform with direct access to Al Maktoum International Airport (AMIA) and Jebel Ali seaport, combined with the cost effectiveness and scalability of the office solutions, provide an invaluable proposition for international companies and investors looking to expand their business in the Middle East.”
“Besides, as a free zone development, we provide licenses to a wide variety of businesses belonging to different sectors and of varying sizes, including trading, construction and specialized equipments companies that are participating at the event,” he added.
Business Park offers a fully integrated business environment with amenities and infrastructure. It is designed ground up around the concept of business facilitation. Fitted-out with the latest technological systems, it also facilitates quick and easy transactions, said the statement.
In addition, flexible commercial lease terms and availability of free zone and non-free zone trade licenses ensure that businesses can focus on their growth strategies, it said. - TradeArabia News Service
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