Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Since its formation in 1965, Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has played a key role in representing, supporting and protecting the interests of the business community in Dubai. Its strategic goals of creating a favourable business environment, promoting Dubai as an international business hub, supporting the development of business and achieving institutional excellence and efficient management of resources, have been reinforcing the emirate’s position as a global hub for business and services.

Dubai Chamber, which marked its 50th anniversary in 2015, now represents more than 185,000 companies and has been instrumental in enhancing competitiveness and creating a business-friendly environment that helps companies develop their commercial activities and compete in the global market. The Chamber is operating four overseas representative offices in Azerbaijan, Ethiopia, Erbil in Iraq and Ghana as part of its strategy to explore promising markets for its members.

Dubai Chamber provides a range of value-added services to its members and the wider business community, including issuing certificates of origin, ATA Carnets, conducting business research and advocacy, offering mediation, arbitration and credit rating services, receiving and organising trade missions, participating in trade exhibitions and organising entrepreneurial training courses and workshops.

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