Opportunity and Growth In Dubai reesmarx announces a local UAE presence

Global talent. Local knowledge.

On the ground providing local global recruitment resources and expertise, in high-growth markets. For the past twenty years, reesmarx has established a reputation as a performance focused recruiter for SMEs and corporations. Our team helps mitigate the risks and expense of recruiting new employees for businesses that are expanding into new international locations. We are pleased to announce a new expansion of our services into Dubai to serve our business clients.

"Due to an increasing number of retained clients in the Middle East, we are really excited to be establishing a permanent presence in Dubai led by Nora Albasim who is relocating to the region to develop and manage clients looking for a local recruitment service, backed up by a global team." Glyn Rees, Managing Partner International, reesmarx.

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Dubai has secured trading partnerships that span over 1.5 billion people and organizations across the Gulf, Middle East/Eastern Mediterranean, CIS, Central Asia, Africa and the Asian sub-continent. What is stimulating growth is the strategic no-barrier trade agreements that Dubai has negotiated over the past two decades, that present highly profitable opportunities for businesses, including the technology industry, e-commerce, manufacturers, FinTech and other high-growth sectors.

Building teams for SMEs and high-growth technology organizations.

Dubai is served by over 120 shipping lines and linked via 85 airlines to over 130 global destination. Dubai’s total international trade has grown on average by over 11% per year since 1988. The city continues to outpace other international business hubs in growth and opportunities for global businesses. It is a premiere destination for conferences and economic business events, travel and hospitality and more.

Connecting quality candidates and leadership executives across all competencies.

More than 8,000 new jobs were created in the month of February, 2019 alone, according to a report from the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai. There is a rapid influx of new businesses expanding into the region, and securing licenses to operate. The sectors of business development include real estate, building and construction, manufacturing, hospitality, education, technology and health industries. Source: Web 2019 gulfnews.com

In fact, the most recent economic report shows that 2,204 business licenses were issued in February 2019, which is a 34% increase over the same period in 2018. New business licensing transactions that month (in process) reached just over 25,000, with a flood of interest from investors, SMEs and corporations around the globe.

Source: Web 2019: Frank Knight Global Real Estate Consultants

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