Dubai Reaches out to France-Based Associations

Dubai Association Centre (DAC) has taken up the project of presenting international associations with the opportunity to become more international by creating a base in Dubai. In the framework of its ‘Going Global Series’ campaign, DAC will welcome France-based associations to attend a special meeting at the UAE embassy in Paris on 19 October.

Titled ‘Is Your Association Ready for the Global Challenge’, this workshop will demonstrate the potential there is in global expansion and how it can be achieved, as well as the difficulties that come with it. Part of the one-day program is presentations of associations who have already set up an office in Dubai, including the International Association of Public Transport.

Dubai Association Centre has seen quite an increase in 2018 in the number of associations joining, 38% to be precise, with examples including the Energy Institute, Arab Association of Urology, International Coach Federation, Gulf Flight Safety Association, and the International Live Events Association.

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Photo: Hassan Al Hashemi, Member of the Executive Committee of Dubai Association Centre and Vice President of International Relations at Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

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