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Co-working in Dubai

Page history last edited by George.lewington 9 years, 10 months ago


Dubai is a city which has expanded exponentially over the last 30 years. It is a major hub for business and tourism. Naturally the city has attracted entrepreneurs and business people from across the globe. The emirate has the biggest population of the UAE and is one of the economic power houses of the region.

Coworking can be a great way to collaborate on business ventures and network. Its a highly cost effective way of accessing office space and support facilities on a short-term basis. In the Middle East, networking and gaining local contacst can be even more important as doing business here can differ from western countries.




At the Festival Tower, the Regus Business Centre here has a excellent position within the city with close and easy transport links to international airport and sites of interest. - Alternatively, there are range of Regus locations in the city, all with Coworking centres to suit different needs.