Dubai is advertising investment prospects to industries in the US in technology, energy and infrastructure sectors occurring after the Expo 2020 win.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), in association with the National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) and the US-UAE Business Council, contributed in road shows in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Houston and Austin, and met close to 300 business heads and managers.
Prospects for global trade and commercial collaborations in the technology, energy and infrastructure sectors will only amplify with the current awarding of World Expo 2020 to Dubai and the UAE’s recognized economic improvement objectives for the next more years.
Official from DEWA stated that their goal to visit US is to present DEWA as a practical partner for global firms seeking to work in the UAE and the extensive MENA regions.
DEWA is a channel for energy and water technological innovation and it dynamically studies potential commercial associations with American industry.
The President and CEO of the National U.S-Arab Chamber of Commerce quoted that the visit provided American business executives with a glance into the many commercial and investment prospects for worldwide associations as DEWA works to bring sustainable energy solutions assisted by cutting-edge technology.
It was also mentioned that DEWA is a shining instance of Dubai and the UAE’s aptitude to correspond idea with responsibility to meeting sustainable economic improvement objectives put forth by the state’s administration.