The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and the Makkah Chamber of Commerce and Industry have signed an MoU to strengthen bilateral coooperation while serving business communities in Dubai and Mecca
The agreement was signed by Abdul Rahman Saif Al Ghurair, chairman of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Maher Bin Saleh Jamal, chairman of the Makkah Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Under the new partnership, the two sides have agreed to enhance channels to transfer knowledge, and exchange experiences and expertise on training and advisory services, as well as promote delegation visits to develop economic and social activities, organise exhibitions and exchange promotional material that would create business awareness in both cities.
The agreement also allows for members of the two chambers to be invited to their respective events, seminars and conferences, and to work together to promote the concept of sustainability.
With Saudi Arabia being the leading trade partner for Dubai in the GCC, the agreement is expected to foster healthy competition and upgrade partnership benefits, stated officials from both chambers.