13/10/2015 Dubai: Dubai Multi Commodities Centre, known as DMCC Free Zone, has been named “Global Free Zone of the Year” 2015 by The Financial Times fDi Magazine.
The annual global survey, which is the most prestigious free zone ranking in the world, taken into account such criteria as outstanding performance year on year, growth and expansion plans, and presence of high growth industries. The DMCC Free Zone was hailed for its outstanding online and physical end-to-end services and infrastructure model which offer entrepreneurs and businesses everything they need to set up, whether a new company or a branch office, in one place. Already a connected marketplace with over 11,000 member companies and a community of 85,000 workers and residents, the accolade reaffirms the DMCC Free Zone’s position as the number one destination for global business and trade.
Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman of DMCC, commenting on the Award, said: “Receiving the fDi award for the Global Free Zone of the Year 2015 cements DMCC’s position as the global hub for trade, enterprise and commodities, and reaffirms Dubai’s success in enabling businesses to flourish like nowhere else in this world.
“For DMCC, this is just the beginning. Our determination to deliver the ideal marketplace for the world’s leading businesses drives continuous innovation in line with the entrepreneurial spirit of Dubai. We recognise that in order to sustain and grow the best Free Zone in the world, we need to enable businesses to succeed by delivering the Emirate’s next generation of growth and a strong resilient future.”