Entrepreneurs Invited To Present Their Businesses During Global Village's Season 28 Last year, Global Village welcomed nine million visitors, providing its featured partners a variety of profitable opportunities to expand their business potential.
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Global Village, billed as Dubai's first family destination for multicultural entertainment, is inviting traders, business owners, and entrepreneurs to submit proposals to present their businesses throughout the park's season 28. Interested applicants can register their interest via the park's online business portal.
"Global Village offers a distinctive chance for entrepreneurs and larger international companies to expand their ambition and translate business ideas into long-term success," said Ali Al Hashimi, Director of Commercial and Sponsorship, Global Village. "We act as an economic catalyst for the region, serving as a launchpad for innovative concepts in areas such as organizing country pavilions, innovative street food concepts, unique food carts, specialty restaurants and coffee shops, retail shops, service providers that enhance the guest experience and new attractions."
"Our DNA is rooted in bringing fresh ideas to Dubai," Al Hashimi added. "We simplify the process for both new and established business owners, enabling them to expand their footprint, grow their revenue, and achieve a return on investment."
Source: Global Village
Last year, Global Village welcomed nine million visitors through the course of its season, thereby providing its featured partners a variety of profitable opportunities to expand their business potential.
Partners are also provided with comprehensive support, including assistance with staff visas, customs procedures for imported products, storage facilities, registration support, and access to electronic payment terminals for sub-lessees.
Interested entrepreneurs and business owners can register their interest to be a part of Global Village here.
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