Sami Al Qamzi and other high officials during the ‘SME World 2019’ in Dubai.
Major developers out to lure Abu Dhabi’s property and asset investors maintain ready-made quality infrastructure and attractive payment plans are now key to closing land and villa sales with the UAE capital’s increasingly shrewd buyers.
ABU DHABI: A new platform to support high tech startups has launched in Abu Dhabi. The Dhs520 million ‹Hub71› was launched on Sunday by Sheikh Khalid Bin Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Member of the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, and Chairman of the Executive Committee. He also announced a new Dhs535 million fund, to invest in technology businesses established in Hub71,
alfanar, the Middle East’s leading manufacturer of wide range of electrical products and solutions, has partnered with Huawei to explore how IoT and 5G technologies can be used to bring greater sustainability, efficiency and cost-savings to alfanar’s electrical products. Together the two companies will co-create 5G and IoT solutions that will accelerate the digital transformation of the Middle East’s electricity industry.
Construction companies and developers in the UAE have been called upon to centralise their resources requirements and create a repository of shared project data to reduce cost and time overrun and increase profitability. Engineers from more than 60 different construction and realty companies and developers suggested that the industry should collaborate to formalise such a repository by integrating data