Dubai approves DIEZ’s organisational structure

01 January 2022

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Integrated Economic Zones Authority (DIEZ), has approved its organisational structure as part of its enhancing free zone integration and providing comprehensive solutions to investors and free zones companies.

DIEZ’s organisational structure conforms to Law No. 16 which aims to strengthen Dubai’s economy by integrating three different free zones, which will enable the emirate to provide an exceptional investment and business experience and high-quality solutions and services to businesses. The structure will create new growth opportunities that will increase DIEZ’s contribution to Dubai’s GDP from the current 5 per cent, said its statement.

The Authority caters to the needs of more than 5,000 companies, including leading corporations involved in over 20 vital economic sectors, and hosts over 30,000 employees from all over the world.

Sheikh Ahmed said: “Dubai continues to achieve new milestones in its sustainable economic development journey. The approval of DIEZ’s organisational structure is a testament to our commitment to enhancing our leading role in advancing Dubai’s sustainable economic development and realising its ambitious vision across sectors through innovation, technology and knowledge driven by DIEZ’s free zones.”

He highlighted the positive economic impact of integrating three premium free zones in Dubai under DIEZ.

“The new structure is driven by our core values of being integrated, disruptive, customer-centric and expanding DIEZ’s global networks of opportunities to the free zones’ investors,” observed Sheikh Ahmed.

Executive Chairman Dr. Mohammed Al Zarooni said: “We are keen to offer a distinctive business model and experience to current and new investors to empower and support them in fulfilling their goals and aspirations.” 

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