DWC to showcase office solutions
Dubai, March 21, 2013
Dubai World Central (DWC), the world’s first purpose-built aerotropolis, will be showcasing a variety of office solutions available at DWC’s Business Park during the upcoming Airport Show, a key B2B aviation industry event in Dubai.
The 13th edition of the Airport Show will be held at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 6 to 8.
The Business Park caters to the specific needs of companies from diverse industries, offering a range of choices from single shared desks to sprawling 15,000 sq m offices, which is achieved by combining the same floor levels of three connected buildings.
Medium and small businesses can also avail of fitted out offices delivered as per their specific designs.
Rashed Bu Qara’a, chief operating officer, Dubai Aviation City Corporation, said: “DWC’s Business Park offers state-of-the-art infrastructure and a fully integrated business environment that delivers unrivalled value to companies operating here.”
“Moreover, its proximity to major arteries in Dubai makes it highly accessible from different locations. For instance, it is only two minutes away from Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road and five minutes from Sheikh Zayed Road.
“The Business Park is an important component of the DWC mega development concept, serving as a fully equipped business hub that complements the dedicated aviation and logistics infrastructure of DWC. It provides the ideal environment to nurture growth and it empowers businesses to actively contribute in the sustained economic development of Dubai and the rest of the UAE.”
Paolo Serra, director of the DWC Business Park, said: “Dubai World Central is strongly committed to help its business clients succeed and grow. The Business Park is an important step in this direction as it delivers unrivalled value in terms of services, infrastructure and business-friendly regulations.”
“Moreover, aside from serving as a one-stop business solution with its wide selection of free zone trade licenses, the Business Park also provides building and fit-out services to customers with special requirements. This includes special packages to offer fully furnished offices that enable companies to commence business operations immediately after handover.”
Moreover, the Business Park provides facilities management services, safety and security services, and a dedicated customer service team. The competitive leasing and free zone licensing cost is a major attraction of the Business Park, making it ideal for foreign-owned companies and local businesses looking to take advantage of DWC’s multi-modal logistics platform.
DWC is taking part at the Airport Show to meet airport suppliers and potential customers, and to explore more ways to support the growth of different businesses in the region. The groundbreaking aerotropolis is designed to become the future business hub in the region with its fully integrated facilities, modern infrastructure and multi-modal logistics platform. – TradeArabia News Service
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