Dubai Association Centre

In the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Annual Report, United Arab Emirates (U.A.E) jumped 10 places ranking to lead the Arab world for the sixth consecutive year. The U.A.E. government’s mission is to facilitate business, and it has been very successful in achieving its goal

When you are considering the next host city for your global congress, we know that you take into account not only the ease of doing business there. You expect a strong commitment to your cause from the local authorities.

Dubai understands and is committed to not only make it easier to do business but to also support the growth of associations.

In 2014, Dubai launched the Dubai Association Centre (DAC) to become a leading platform for dialogue and education for associations interested in exploring opportunities in the Middle East Region. The ultimate objective is to contribute to building an association community that drives the knowledge economy in the U.A.E. and the wider region

Last December, DAC hosted the 3rd annual Dubai Association Conference: “Driving Change: The societal impacts of associations.” Under this powerful theme, association leaders and social change executives explored how the association sector can develop a cohesive and systematic approach to creating large-scale impact.

Patricia Blake, Chair of the American Society for Association Executives and CEO for the Heart Rhythm Society, shares how building a relationship with Dubai Association Centre can help you.

To learn more about DAC’s mission-driven conference, click here.

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