Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy unites with Enterprise Ireland

Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, one of the three chambers operating under the umbrella of Dubai Chambers, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish a strategic partnership with Enterprise Ireland, the Irish government’s trade and innovation agency and the number one VC in Europe by deal count.

The new agreement will create a digital bridge between the two countries and ease the processes of attraction and expansion for Irish and Dubai companies. Further, the strategic agreement aims to connect companies in Dubai with Irish businesses to promote mutual cooperation and partnerships.

The MoU will create rewarding opportunities for members of Enterprise Ireland, particularly in the fields of technology, manufacturing, and clean energy, as well as environmental, social, and governance practices. In addition, the agreement will strengthen the business, trade, and investment relations between Ireland and Dubai, stimulating economic and commercial ties and enabling Irish companies to expand into markets across the MENA region.

According to the statement, the MoU aims to create opportunities for small businesses between Ireland and Dubai, especially in the area of digital technologies, while providing a platform for businesses in both markets to explore the potential to increase bilateral exports. The agreement also seeks to develop a platform for cross-cultural training and capacity building for doing business across different cultures and languages.

Leo Clancy, CEO of Enterprise Ireland, explained that, “Demand for Irish innovation in Dubai and across the UAE is high, with exports continuing to rise year on year. Through this agreement with the Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, we aim to collaborate to facilitate strong connections between Dubai Chamber members and Enterprise Ireland client companies for mutual benefit. By focusing on technology, manufacturing, and clean energy, this agreement aligns with our commitment to supporting Irish enterprises in expanding their global footprint. Together, we are unlocking opportunities that will drive growth, innovation, and success for businesses in Dubai and Ireland.”

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