Ajman business – Kempinski Ajman http://kempinski-ajman.com/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 06:00:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://kempinski-ajman.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-8-32x32.png Ajman business – Kempinski Ajman http://kempinski-ajman.com/ 32 32 Start your dream business in the UAE https://kempinski-ajman.com/start-your-dream-business-in-the-uae/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 06:00:34 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/start-your-dream-business-in-the-uae/

Main free zones represented

● Dubai Silicon Oasis, Duke, Meydan, DMCC, DWTC, DIFC, SRTIP, Shams, Fujairah Creative City, DAFZA, Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City, Rakez, JAFZA

Number of licenses issued in 2022

Competitive packages and offers for start-ups

● The company offers complete support which includes the license, administrative and legal registrations, legal follow-up throughout the year, resident visa for the investor and his employees and his family, medical examination, taking fingerprints, the Emirates identity card, the opening of professional and personal bank accounts, health insurance and a pension plan at the best rates with packages negotiated directly with the various administrations and institutions of the UAE.

● His team is always available for his clients

● Legal, financial, commercial expertise

● Employees are also seasoned entrepreneurs

● Customers are guaranteed to get all their questions answered

Create-company-dubai.fr; Youtube.com/c/GaNuiParkVivreaDubaï; 058 594 5978

aurion

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Main free zones represented

● Aurion is the registered agent of 16 free zones: Dubai Airport Free Zone, Dubai CommerCity, IFZA, Sharjah Airport International Free Zone, Meydan Free Zone, Dubai Multi Commodities Center (DMCC), Dubai Technology & Entrepreneur Center (DTEC), RAKEZ , RAKICC, Hamriyah Free Zone, Sharjah Media City – Shams, Sharjah Publishing City, Kezad, Ajman Free Zone, Ajman Media City, Umm Al Quwain Free Trade Zone, etc.

Competitive packages and offers for start-ups

Get professional business start-up advice in the UAE at the lowest cost from industry experts. As part of its 15th anniversary, investors can take advantage of a host of business incentives such as:

● Dedicated PRO service agent for all UAE business support requirements

● 50% discount on service fees for PRO services and related business support services

● The combined offer includes company formation, ISO certification/trademark registration. The combo offer helps global investors easily start a business and streamline business operations to earn better profits.

Top 5 success factors

Aurion follows the motto of trust, excellence and delivery

● Excellence in business consulting

● Provide services quickly

● Data privacy and cybersecurity

● Transparency in business

aurionuae.com04 250 4150

Axiom Mark

Axiom Mark

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Main free zones represented

● The company works closely with all free zones in the UAE, including Ajman Free Zone Authority (AFZA), Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (DAFZA), DMCC, Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), Hamriyah Free Zone, IFZA , Dubai South Free Zone (DWC), Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA), Meydan Free Zone, RAKEZ, Sharjah Airport International Free Zone (SAIF), Sharjah Media City (SHAMS), Umm Al Quwain Free Trade Zone and more. According to the customer’s requirement, it offers the right choice of free area.

Number of licenses issued in 2022

● It has successfully established more than 1,000 entities in the UAE.

Competitive packages and offers for start-ups

● Dubai license package without visa: 9,999 Dh; package includes: 100% owned license, one year lease, visa upgrade eligibility and one year use of flexi-desk.

● Dubai license package with visa: 14,499 Dh; package includes: 100% owned instant license, local agent fee, immigration card and investor visa including medical and ID fees.

● Offshore license package: 5,500 Dh

● Professional team

● Unique marketing methods

● Effective financial reports

axiom-mark.com; 04 3705787; 056 2189542

Black Swan

Black Swan

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Main free zones represented

● IFZA, SHAMS, DMCC, DAFZA, JAFZA, DIC, RAK, DWC

Number of licenses issued in 2022

● Quick adaptability to change

● Keeping empathy at the heart of activities

● Relationship-driven growth

● Client-centric approach

blackswanbss.com/; 0522447757/ 042406939; info@blackswanbss.com

Capital International Group

Capital

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Main free zones represented

● DAFZA, Rakez, JAFZA, TCOM, Masdar, Shams, SAIF Zone, Meydan, Umm Al Quwain Free Zone and many more

Number of licenses issued in 2022

Competitive packages and offers for start-ups

● Special start-up package, business PRO package, freelance TSS package and many more

● In-depth knowledge of the UAE

● Links to almost all government entities and up-to-date information on new laws and government policy procedures

● Value-added services to customers

● Strengthening partnership with companies in UAE

● Experienced team members and legal experts on board

● enquiries@cigdubai.ae; 800 244 (CIG);

04 403 0700; Cigbusinesssetup.ae

creative space

creative space

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Main free zones represented

● Meydan Free Zone, Sharjah Media City (Shams), SPC Free Zone, DIFC, KEZAD, RAK Free Zone, DMCC, Ajman Free Zone, Dubai DED Mainland

Number of licenses issued in 2022

Competitive packages and offers for start-ups

● Dubai Continental License from 23,000 Dh for professional licenses

● Free Zone Business License with Lifetime Visa Free from Dhs 16,750 with all standard license packages

● Free VIP package worth over Dhs 9,000 with all multi-year license packages

● 12 years in the industry making the brand the largest start-up consulting firm

● Growing partner network helping entrepreneurs every step of the way

● Strong customer-centric approach

● Innovative solutions and packages to offer to its customers

● A strong team of over 200 employees to help

● 100% transparent approach with no hidden costs

● Strong presence in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Qatar

creativezone.ae; setup@creativezone.ae; 800-LICENSE (5423673)

decisive zone

decisive zone

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Main free zones represented

● Decisive Zone works with all free zones in the UAE, however, its preferred partners are IFZA, SPC, SHAMS and RAKEZ.

Number of licenses issued in 2022

Competitive packages and offers for start-ups

● Decisive Zone supports all entrepreneurs, with packages depending on the activity and the business plan. Packages start from Dh5,750 for visa-free licenses and Dh15,500 for visa-based packages.

● Investment in people and development

● Constant learning and knowledge of the industry

● Innovation and digitized processes

● Service oriented approach

Decisivezone.ae; 04 581 3618; 055 350 5535

Smart Zone

Smart Zone

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Main free zones represented

●IFZA, RAKEZ, SHAMS, Meydan, SPC, DMCC

Number of licenses issued in 2022

Competitive packages and offers for start-ups

● Free Zone: Dubai Free Zone with up to two free lifetime visas for only 21,900 DH

● Mainland: Mainland Dubai license from Dh14,999 including Dubai mailbox, free meeting room access and mail handling

● Receive 30% off its introductory tax and accounting services when you set up Smart Zone. This is an exclusive offer valid this month.

● Get 10% early discount on your license renewal and concierge services

● 100% transparency and discretion

● Smart Zone is a registered agent with commercial jurisdictions across the UAE

● Its team is made up of business creation specialists and experienced advisors

● Smart Zone offers fully personalized services and tailor-made packages

● Quick callback option within 55 seconds of sending a request

Smartzone.ae055 233 0077, 04 215 4889

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How the UAE construction sector is back in business https://kempinski-ajman.com/how-the-uae-construction-sector-is-back-in-business/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 09:00:37 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/how-the-uae-construction-sector-is-back-in-business/

A report by real estate investment and advisory firm JLL states that “the UAE construction project market rebounded in 2021, with the residential sector performing best among construction asset awards.” With the trend set to continue through 2022, the market is experiencing several successful residential project launches.

The concept of working from home triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic is proving profitable for the construction sector. Homebuyers are now demanding spacious and luxurious living spaces in all-inclusive communities featuring a range of recreational facilities such as parks, gyms and swimming pools as well as outlets such as restaurants, schools and points of sale. The sentiment was bolstered by new visa legislation from the UAE government which allows property investors to obtain a golden visa when buying property worth Dhs 2 million.

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Leading property developers across the UAE are riding the trend by announcing a slew of high-end mixed-use projects. Nakheel’s master plan for the development of its Dubai Islands (formerly known as the Deira Islands) includes a diverse mix of residential, commercial and hotel offerings. In addition to 20 km of beaches and two square kilometers of parks, open spaces and golf courses, the islands will be dotted with nearly 80 luxury and wellness resorts and boutique hotels, enhancing Dubai’s vacation appeal. Earlier this year, the Dubai-based master developer also launched Tilal Al Furjan, a collection of 220 luxury villas that overlook its flagship Al Furjan community. Nakheel has also started work on his development Murooj Al Furjan which sold out last year. Due for completion in 2024, the 620 villas and townhouses in Murooj will be built by Al Shafar General Contracting.

Nakheel recently unveiled its master plan for its Dubai Islands development which will include residential, commercial and hotel offerings
Nakheel recently unveiled its master plan for its Dubai Islands development which will include residential, commercial and hotel offerings

Emaar Development, Dubai-based Emaar Properties’ build-to-sell real estate arm delivered more than 3,000 residential units in the first half of this year. At the same time, she launched more than ten projects including Talia and Orania in The Vallée, Elie Saab II and Bliss 2 at Arabian Ranches III, Greenview 3 at Emaar South, Park Field at Dubai Hills Estate and Seagate in Rashid Yachts & Marina. The Talia and Orania projects alone will add 638 luxury homes to Dubai’s property scene when completed in 2025. Buoyed by these new launches, Emaar Development reported its highest property sales of Dhs 15.21 billion over the past from the first half of 2022. In August this year, the developer fully acquired Dubai Creek Harbor from Dubai Holding, the emirate’s eponymous property developer. With this MAD 7.5 billion acquisition, Emaar Properties has added 100 million square feet of land to its future development portfolio.

Last year the Dubai Deyaar appointed Gulf Asia Contracting as prime contractor for its Regalia project. To be built at a cost of Dhs750m, it will be the tallest residential project ever by the developer. Launched in July 2021, more than 85% of units were sold in September, bringing in 900 million Dhs. The project is expected to be completed by 2024. In June this year, the developer also announced Dubai Silicon Oasis’ first luxury residential tower, Tria, which will include studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, duplexes, and penthouses on more than one million square feet of built-up area. In addition to stimulating construction, demand or premium residences are also boosting the real estate market in Dubai. The emirate ranked fourth in the Savills Prime Residential Index: World Cities in August 2022. The only non-US city to make the top five, Dubai recorded strong performance in terms of residential capital value as well as rents. Core prices rose 4.7% in the first half of the year and the city is expected to experience strong capital growth for the remainder of 2022.

“The demand for real estate in Dubai has not slowed down over the past six quarters. Initiatives such as the Golden Visa have increased Dubai’s appeal as a long-term residence for expats and global investors, driving demand in the property market. According to data from the Dubai Land Department, there have been over 66,000 transactions in the last year alone; an increase of 50% compared to the same period the previous year. To meet this growing demand and taking into account the unique preferences of end users, there is a real need to create a steady supply of new inventory in the market. The volume of off-plan transactions has also increased impressively, increasing by more than 70% in the last 12 months, which suggests that there is a constant interest in new projects,” explains Haider Ali Khan, CEO of Bayut and dubizzle and director of EMPG. MENA.

Bigger houses for Abu Dhabi

Fueled by Covid-19 lockdowns, high returns on investments and limited supply, Abu Dhabi is also seeing strong demand for larger, luxury villas. In response, major developers in the capital are launching several high-end residential developments. In June 2022, Q Properties (a subsidiary of Q Holding of Abu Dhabi) appointed ATGC Transport and General Contracting to carry out the first construction works of the first phase of its Dhs 8 billion Reem Hills luxury residential development. Anchored on the eastern face of Reem Island, the 1.8 million square meter project is managed by Abu Dhabi-based Royal Development Company and is expected to be completed in 2024.

Later this year, the emirate’s Aldar Properties will begin construction of Saadiyat Grove, a Dh10 billion mixed-use mega project on Saadiyat Island. Spanning 6.2 million square meters of prime land, the integrated community will include nearly 3,000 residential units, most of which are villas. Another development on the grove is the Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences, a collection of 400 luxury apartments that also offer views of the famous Louvre Abu Dhabi.
than the Persian Gulf. The property is expected to be delivered in 2025.

JIIC's Ain Al Maha village will include 240 villas facing the sea and the mangrove
JIIC’s Ain Al Maha village will include 240 villas facing the sea and the mangrove

The village of Ain Al Maha, a new riverside community, rises on the island of Jubail, next to the island of Saadiyat. Launched by the Jubail Island Investment Company (JIIC) in July this year, it comprises 240 villas facing the sea and the mangrove and is expected to be completed in 2025. Prior to that, JIIC awarded a Dhs 40 million contract to Al Dhafra Pipeline and Contracting Company for a new 66 berth marina in Marfa Al Jubail community expected to be completed by mid-2024. JIIC plans to unveil the Marfa Al Jubail neighborhood in October.

Another 257 villas will be up for grabs when Bloom Living opens in Zayed City in late 2024. Phase 1 of the project sold out within four hours of its market launch, and its Abu Dhabi-based developer Bloom Holdings hopes to replicate the same success when Phase 2 goes live later this year. In total, the Dhs9bn Bloom Living project will include 4,000 villas, townhouses and apartments over 2.2 million square meters.

The Northern Emirates join us

To the north, Sharjah Sustainable City has now begun to welcome its first residents. Two hundred and eighty villas will be delivered in the first phase of the project which is expected to have a total of 1,250 villas, recreation areas and green spaces spread over 7.2 million square feet of land when completed. Recently, Sharjah-based property developer Alef announced its Dhs 3.5 billion Hayyan project which will span 8.7 million square feet and feature 1,836 smart villas and the world’s largest blue water lagoon. swimmable and the largest community park in the emirate. Sharjah’s Arada has also unveiled phase three of its Dhs8bn Masaar project under which 565 villas and townhouses will rise in the Suyoh district of the emirate. Masaar’s master plan includes 4,000 homes divided into eight gated communities covering 19 million square feet. During the first half of 2022, Arada awarded contracts worth Dhs 460 million for the first phase of Masaar. He also sold 980 houses worth Dhs 709 million to Aljada, his other mega-project in Sharjah. Aljada will be Sharjah’s largest mixed-use community to be built at a cost of Dhs24 billion.

The smallest emirate in the United Arab Emirates, Ajman, is also capitalizing on the demand for luxury accommodation. Recently, Al Zorah Development Company (a joint venture between the Government of Ajman and Solidere International) launched its SeaSide Hills beachfront residential project which will feature luxury apartments and villas with private beach access.

Falcon Island by Al Hamra
Al Hamra rolled out the second phase of its Falcon Island community in July

Among the Northern Emirates, Ras Al Khaimah has one of the busiest construction pipelines. In July, Al Hamra in the emirate launched the second phase of its idyllic Dh1 billion residential community, Falcon Island, which will offer 127 luxury townhouses and villas from Dh1.2 million. The first phase of the project was launched in March when more than five hundred villas were released and all of them were sold within a week. Construction is expected to begin later this year and will be completed over a period of 24 to 28 months. Ras Al Khaimah’s six million square foot Hayat Island is also undergoing a major makeover with its Gateway Residences 2 and Bay Residence – Central 1 from RAK Properties. projects are born there.

Al Hamra Group CEO Benoy Kurien attributes increased investor interest in Ras Al Khaimah to booming tourism, affordable infrastructure and attractive returns on investment. He also highlights the long-term residency visa package that Al Hamra offers in partnership with Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zone (RAKEZ) which gives investors the opportunity to obtain a 12-year residency visa and business license. . “This has been a game changer as investors from all over the world have purchased our residences in Al Hamra Village and Bab Al Bahr. Given these attractive initiatives, our residential communities are now home to over 100 nationalities,” he says.

Thanks to the UAE Vision programs, the 2022 UAE Federal Budget, the recovery in oil prices and improved investor confidence, market sentiment is undeniably positive in the construction sector. The sector is expected to reach a value of $133.53 billion by 2027 according to the UAE Construction Market (2022-2027) report. UAE government infrastructure projects, including housing, tourism and transportation networks, will also make a significant contribution to the sector. Given the pipeline of upcoming projects, it is obvious that design and construction opportunities are plentiful for the next few years.

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UAE: Man to be jailed, deported for threatening to kill business partner – News https://kempinski-ajman.com/uae-man-to-be-jailed-deported-for-threatening-to-kill-business-partner-news/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 05:39:10 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/uae-man-to-be-jailed-deported-for-threatening-to-kill-business-partner-news/

The accused had put a knife around his victim’s neck during Ramadan, saying he would murder him if he did not hand over the profits from their store in three days



Published: Thu 22 Sep 2022, 09:39

Last update: Thu 22 Sep 2022, 09:51

Ajman Criminal Court has sentenced an Asian man to three months in prison for threatening to kill his business partner.

According to court records, the 42-year-old went to the store, which he owned with his compatriot, during Ramadan with a knife. The accused held the blade to the victim’s throat, saying he would murder him if he did not receive the profit money from the shop in three days.

The accused also ordered the victim not to leave the store and drove her to her residence. Once they arrived, he again threatened to kill the victim by brandishing the knife.

A witness told the Crown that he was at the residence and heard the accused uttering threats.

The accused will be deported once he has served his sentence.

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Golf Business News – Troon announces a host of new appointments and promotions to its global club and resort portfolio https://kempinski-ajman.com/golf-business-news-troon-announces-a-host-of-new-appointments-and-promotions-to-its-global-club-and-resort-portfolio/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 09:01:47 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/golf-business-news-troon-announces-a-host-of-new-appointments-and-promotions-to-its-global-club-and-resort-portfolio/

Golf club management and marketing company Troon announced more than ten new appointments to its portfolio of international properties this summer.

All internal promotions were hired into operational roles in North America, Europe and Asia.

One appointment of note is Harris Abdullah, who is based at The Els Club Desaru Coast in Malaysia, and has been promoted to general manager, while another is Anna Darnell at The Grove in England, who has been promoted to resort manager.

The appointment of Abdullah as General Manager of Els Club Desaru Coast is expected to bring greater value to the facilities managed by Troon Golf, while continuing to attract enthusiastic golfers to Desaru Coast through a combination of strategies. Harris’ medium and long-term goals include customer focus and sustainability.

Commenting on his new role, Abdullah said: “I am extremely happy to have come through the ranks at Troon to get this position, The Els Club Desaru Coast is a truly unique destination and I hope to develop and improve it even further. We are fortunate that our employer at Troon has access to a wealth of resources, knowledge, support and talent to draw on, enabling our teams to progress in our respective career paths and that is exactly what I ‘ve been able to do while working for Troon.”

Back in England, Anna Darnell, previously Director of Golf and Leisure at The Grove, has been promoted to Resort Director and will take on greater commercial and strategic responsibilities at the famous 300-acre estate. Darnell, who joined The Grove in 2005 as Events Sales Manager after earning the Loch Lomond PGA Professional designation, became The Grove’s Operations Manager and PGA Golf Professional, before being promoted director of golf and take on broader hobbies. related responsibilities in 2016.

Commenting on his new role, Darnell said: “Having joined The Grove 17 years ago, there hasn’t been a moment or position that I haven’t loved at this special property. Troon played a fundamental role in the establishment of the golf center in 2003 and I learned a lot from joining the team and continue to do so thanks to their international knowledge. The Grove team continues to set the standards every day and I hope that in my new role I can continue to support the hotel by remaining such a special place to play and stay, as well as help the team grow. and to continually improve. .”

There have also been a series of other significant moves within Troon’s operations around the world, including Lloyd Walton’s move to Palmilla Golf Club in Mexico to become general manager of golf. Michael Neider has also traveled the world, leaving Dubai – where he worked at Arabian Ranches Golf Club, Dubai Hills Golf Club and Montgomerie Golf Club Dubai – for Hawaii to become Golf General Manager via Sri Lanka, where he was a group short-term work. meet at the Victoria Golf & Country Resort.

Vattanac Golf Resort in Cambodia has welcomed two new additions – Chris Geraghty joins as General Manager of Royal Golf Club Bahrain, and James Durkin takes on the role of Director of Golf Operations after seven successful years at the Troon managed facilities in Abu Dhabi .

. Barry Barnard has joined Al Zorah Golf Club in Ajman as Golf Operations Manager

The UAE for Troon International has also seen a slew of moves and promotions. Barry Barnard has moved from Abu Dhabi to Al Zorah Golf Club in Ajman to become Director of Golf Operations under Managing Director Phil Henderson. Barry’s addition to the squad is perfectly timed, following the club’s recent announcement that they have started building a new clubhouse on site.

Stephen Payne took on the role of Director of Golf at The Track at Meydan Golf, continuing his nine years at Troon, including The Grove, until becoming Director of Golf Operations at Montgomerie Golf Club Dubai. James Ashman now assumes this same role after being promoted internally to now lead Montgomerie Golf Club Dubai as Director of Golf Operations.

The Centurion Club in England welcomed Peter Holland as the new director of golf who replaced Freddie Rexstrew, who left for warmer climes in Oman where he took on the role of operations director at one of the newest facilities Family Troon International, Muscat Beach Resorts.

Commenting on this busy transition period, Troon International Executive Vice President Mark Chapleski said, “We continue to provide our associates with unprecedented opportunities to work and learn from golf markets around the world. This demonstrates the fantastic growth opportunities available to our teams around the world. Promotions from within are key to our success because they allow our associates to grow and prosper while simultaneously helping our own organization grow. The pandemic has certainly interrupted the movements. These are all positive changes within Troon and we celebrate the fantastic accomplishments of these people.

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Sharjah Cricket presents Skyexch.net 47th Bukhatir League 2022 https://kempinski-ajman.com/sharjah-cricket-presents-skyexch-net-47th-bukhatir-league-2022/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 13:15:02 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/sharjah-cricket-presents-skyexch-net-47th-bukhatir-league-2022/

New Delhi [India]September 12 (ANI/PNN): Skyexch.net’s 47th Bukhatir 50 Overs League kicked off on Saturday September 10. A total of 12 teams participate in this 30-day event.

11 Ace, Ajman Heroes, DCC Starlets, Pacific Group, Seven Districts, Colatta Chocolates, Sharjah Cricket Academy, Interglobe Marine, Sri Lions, Future Mattress, Karwan CC and The Vision Shipping are the 12 participating teams in the tournament.

Twelve teams are divided into four groups. They will compete in a 50+ format.

DCC Starlets and Pacific Group will play the season opener.

Watch the action live exclusively on FanCode from September 10 through October 9, 2022.

All matches in the competition will be played at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium in Sharjah.

Throughout the tournament, a total of 28 matches will be played. There will be 18 matches played in the league rounds, followed by the knockout stages. In the Round of 16, there will be two semifinals at home plate, four quarterfinals, two semifinals, one endgame at home plate and one final.

Colatta Chocolates

Krishan Paul, Laxman Sreekumar, Mohammed Aqeel, Renjith Mani (c), Akhil Das, Arjun Rajan, Krishna Kumar Ramakrishnan, Manpreet Singh, Mohtasim Jakati, Shanib Muhammad, Shyam Ramesh, Vishnu Ramesh, Hari Prasanth (Wk), Janaka Chaturanga, SapandeepSingh (Wk), Abdul Safar, Muhammad Zeeshan Butt, Nikhil Srinivasan, Taimoor Ali, Vinshad Puthamkulam.

DCC Starlets

Aaraash Raheja, Dhairya Desai, Shahrukh Amin, Shaurya Singh, Shival Bawa, Abdullah Tarique, JaidityaMalik, Karan Dhiman, Shrey Sethi (c) and (Wk), Vaibhav Vaswani (Wk), Amaan Ali, Harshit Seth, Mathew George, Rachit Ghosh, Rishabh Mukherjee, Saad Abdullah, Shubh Mehta, Yug Sharma.

Marine Interglobe

Basil Hameed, Chundangapoyil Rizwan, Muhammad Taimoor, Sandeep Singh, Vishnu Sukumaran, Yasir Kaleem, Amaan Maulvi, Hameed Khan, Shahnawaz Khan, Touqeer Riyasat, Asif Khan (Wk), Asif Mumtaz(c), Attaullah, Gopakumar Gopalakrishnan, Harry Bharwal, Junaid Siddique, Luqman Hazrat, Mohammad Zahid.

future mattress

Adil Mirza (c), Alishan Sharafu, Ansar Khan, Muhammad Usman, Syed Haider, Aryan Lakra, Rohan Mustafa, Sardar Bahzad, Shoaib Laghari, Tahir Latif, Tasawar Jammu, Umair Ali, Zawar Farid, Abdul Shakoor (Wk), Saif Janjua (Wk), Abdul Ghaffar, Akif Raja, Haider Ali, Muhammad Mudassar.

The Expedition Vision

Aditya Shanware, Ali Abid, Junaid Shamsudheen, Mohammad Nadeem, Waheed Ahmed, Arsalan Bashir, Fayyaz Ahmed, Ikram Janjua, Imran Javed, Jawad Ghani, Sajad Malook, Saqib Mahmood, Shahbaz Ali, Ubaidullah Muhammad, Muhammad Umar Arshad (Wk), Sajjad Ali Hashmi (Wk), Irad Ali, Muhammad Rohid, Sadaf Hussain.

Seven quarters

Lahiru Sandaruwan, Muhammad Haider, Muhammad Sagheer, Naveed Haider, Muhammad Uzair, Muhammad Zameer, Shahzad Ali, Wahab Hassan, Farman Ali (Wk), Muhammad Kashif (Wk), Abdul Ghaffar, Ajmal Khan, Muhammad Farooq, Muhammad Saghir Khan, Shahid Nawaz.

Karwan CC

Ali Khan, Dawood Ejaz, Haris Khanzada, Moazzam Hayat, Rameez Shahzad, Nadir Hussain, Qamar Awan, Sardar Bahzad, Tariq Mehmood, Furqan Khalil (Wk), Babar Iqbal, Hafeez ur Rehman, Imran Khan jr, Saif Ghauri, Sheraz Piya, Usama Mir, Zahid Ali.

Heroes of Ajman

Adnan ul Mulk Nawab (c), Faisal Baig, Faizan Sheikh, Sagar Kalyan, Saqlain Haider, Yash Jai Kumar, Adnan Arif, Ibthisam Sait, Nasir Aziz, Sanchit Sharma, Sheridan Hadfield, Wajahat Rasool Adnan Khan (Wk), Khalid Shah ( Wk), Ankur Sangwan, Charith Nirmal, Mohammed Ajmal, Nav Pabreja, Sheldon Dcruz, Sultan Ahmed

11as

Fayyaz Ahmed, Usman Khan, Vibhor Shahi, NihalUmesh Ullal, Shahan Akram, Riaz Khaliq, Israr Ahmed, Usman Masood, Rahul Khanna, Shafi Ullah, Rahul Bhatia, Kaunain Abbas, Amir Ullah Khan, KK Jiyas, Sharif Asadullah, Salman Saleem I

Pacific Group

Zeeshan Abid, Tanvir Javed, Ansh Tandon, SapandeepSingh, Jiju Janardhanan, Umer Farooq-I, Wasim Akram, Saqib Manshad, Mohammad Waseem, Niaz Khan-I, Moosa Khan, Hamdan Tahir, Laxman Manjrekar, Abdul Khaliq, Zahoor Khan, Sabir Rao , Rizwan KS

Sri Lions

Vinushka Silva, Suranga Madushanka, Waruna Perera, Isham Ghouse, Poorna Silva, Sasika Samarajeeva, Dilisara Sasanka, Pawantha Weerasinghe, PrashathMahadurage, Nethpriya Dinamuni, ShehanThandakkara, Tharaka Dananjaya, Vikum Sanjaya, Sumusu Asanka Fernando, Mohamad Sihan, Mohamed Aslam

Sharjah Cricket Academy

Aryan Saxena, Zainullah, Hassan Khan II, Muhammad Ismail I, Kashish Panseja, Rayan Khan, Simranjeet Singh Kang, Yuvraj Barua, Noor Ayobi, Harsh Desai, Aayan Khan, Mohsin Chaudhry, Aryansh Sharma, MuditAgarwal, Unaib Rehman, Faisal Altaf, Maroof Merchant , Omid Rahman, Hilal Afghan

(https://www.skyexch.net) has grown steadily since sponsoring numerous cricket events. The Sixty, Maharaja Trophy KSCA T20 2022, ICC Academy Summer Cup, Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Latest Test Series, and Road SafetyWorld Series 2022 and many more are some of them.

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Webb Fontaine continues to expand and invest in business technology https://kempinski-ajman.com/webb-fontaine-continues-to-expand-and-invest-in-business-technology/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 12:38:25 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/webb-fontaine-continues-to-expand-and-invest-in-business-technology/

Webb Fontaine (www.WebbFontaine.com), a leading provider of AI-enabled trade technologies and customs facilitation solutions to governments and trade administrations worldwide, celebrates its 20e birthday this month.

In 2002, a group of leaders in their respective fields and early adopters of new technologies came together to form Webb Fontaine. Its objective was clear: to improve the customs and trade environment by providing government agencies and commercial enterprises with state-of-the-art technology and knowledge. Customs solutions, the company’s starting point, inspired its first solutions. The market demanded cutting-edge innovations that would improve efficiency and safety. What Webb Fontaine Customs Solutions has done is that and more.

“Our customs solutions have been developed to address the fundamental issues faced by customs services around the world” Alioune Ciss, CEO Webb Fontaine

Deployed for the first time in Nigeria with its partnership with the Nigeria Customs Service. Playing a proud role in one of the most advanced customs environments in the region, supporting millions of Nigerian imports and exports annually. Even today, this allows customs revenue collection to continue its upward trend despite the threat posed by Covid-19 and other similar industry challenges.

Following the success of its customs solutions in several countries, it was clear that the trade industry as a whole could not continue to grow and meet demand without fundamental advances and investment in trade technology as a whole. . The trade ecosystem was operating in a fragmented and sub-optimal manner, leading to significant and costly delays, loss of customs revenue and poor risk management.

Webb Fontaine has focused its efforts on this by investing heavily in its research and development capabilities. To support the development and expansion of its product portfolio. The company was determined to produce solutions that not only used the latest technologies, but covered almost the entire spectrum of commerce. Today, Webb Fontaine operates 5 state-of-the-art R&D facilities around the world. These centers of excellence continue to recruit the best minds in the industry to develop innovative products and services in line with the demands of modern international trade. Today, more than 300 highly talented and highly qualified people work in these research centers and play a crucial role in the constant growth of the company’s product portfolio.

Webb Fontaine’s solutions, deployed in several countries around the world, now form a fully integrated portfolio. Supported by AI, these include one-stop-shop operations (https://bit.ly/3d8IwAC), Customs systems (https://bit.ly/3TLvmKO), electronic payment gateways (https://bit.ly/3x396lW), AI-based risk management, Port Community Systems (https://bit.ly/3BpfOoY), Government reforms (https://bit.ly/3Qss8ZN), Trade Compliance (https://bit.ly/3DgKz0u), IT infrastructure development (https://bit.ly/3RO8M2k), automated cargo tracking and classification, freight management systems and many more.

“Our portfolio has been developed with the goal of fostering widespread access to critical business technology, all of our products are fully transferable to our partners, support different languages ​​and can be used in both developed and undeveloped business environments. All of these years of investment and R&D have paid off, giving us a truly unique portfolio that we can confidently deploy in almost any setting. Samy Zayani, Commercial Director of Webb Fontaine

Over the years, Webb Fontaine has enjoyed numerous collaborations with the forward-thinking governments of Bahrain, Benin, Niger, Egypt, Nepal, Abu Dhabi, Panama, Nigeria and Ajman, among others.

Development of its solutions continues after recently launching a state-of-the-art Integrated Risk Management (IRM) service in Egypt in partnership with Misr Technology Services.

As the company observes its 20e anniversary, the commitment to building the future of commerce through technology remains stronger than ever.

“We have never strayed from our mission to equip governments and trade entities with scalable technology and expertise that will improve the customs and trade environment.

In recent years, international trade has come under great pressure. Technology is essential across the entire commerce ecosystem to counter industry threats to continue to keep commerce flowing efficiently, effectively and continuously.

We now have 25 entities around the world, with nearly 1,000 employees, 30% of whom are dedicated to R&D.

We are committed to expanding our efforts around the world so that everyone who engages in commerce can benefit from the many revolutionary solutions we continue to build, develop, deploy and transfer. Alioune Ciss, CEO of Webb Fontaine

Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Webb Fontaine.

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Al Mal Capital REIT Announces Semi-Annual Dividend Distribution https://kempinski-ajman.com/al-mal-capital-reit-announces-semi-annual-dividend-distribution/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 07:05:44 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/al-mal-capital-reit-announces-semi-annual-dividend-distribution/

Al Mal Capital REIT (AMCREIT), the first REIT listed on DFM and managed by Al Mal Capital PSC will pay a semi-annual dividend of AED 2.5 fils ($0.68) per unit, to unitholders, as approved by the fund manager at the AGM.

Al Mal Capital REIT is focused on adding quality real estate assets in designated sectors including healthcare, education and industrial. The operating model is designed to provide stable income, long-term capital appreciation and diversification benefits to its stakeholders.

AMCREIT’s first acquisition of two school campuses of Al Shola Private Schools in Ajman for AED 300 million is re-leased to the operator on a triple net basis, resulting in realized rental income and thus facilitating the bi-annual distribution of dividends.

Value proposition

“Al Mal Capital REIT has demonstrated its ability to meet the challenges posed by unprecedented circumstances and the fund’s performance is the result of the model’s commitment and resilience to adapt and deliver quickly. Al Mal Capital REIT’s strategy is focused on generating an attractive value proposition model with a high level of visibility and sustainability,” said Naser Nabulsi, Vice President and CEO of Al Mal Capital PSC.

“The robust and continued growth of Al Mal Capital REIT is a step forward in launching a policy of progressive dividends for unitholders in the years to come. As the REIT evaluates several investment opportunities, the approved semi-annual dividend recognizes the REIT’s financial condition and builds confidence in the growth prospects and ability to generate cash flow going forward,” said Sanjay Vig. , Managing Director, Al Mal Capital PSC.

Listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM) as “AMCREIT”, Al Mal Capital REIT will continue to maintain high levels of transparency and constructive engagement with unitholders.– TradeArabia Press Office

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Ajman Bank will launch the world’s first Mastercard Touch Card https://kempinski-ajman.com/ajman-bank-will-launch-the-worlds-first-mastercard-touch-card/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 11:00:46 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/ajman-bank-will-launch-the-worlds-first-mastercard-touch-card/

Mastercard and Ajman Bank launch the world’s first Touch Card, an accessible payment card that will allow blind and visually impaired people to easily facilitate payments and distinguish their cards.

There are few effective ways for those who are blind or have low vision to quickly determine whether they have a credit, debit or prepaid card, especially as more and more cards are moving to flat designs without embossed names or numbers.

Mastercard is responding to this challenge with a simple innovation and has introduced a notch system on the side of the card to help consumers use the right card, the right way.

Inclusion is part and parcel

“At Ajman Bank, inclusion is an integral part of our corporate culture and our social responsibility. Innovation has the power to change the world for the better. We are delighted to partner with Mastercard to be the first to help pilot this innovative solution that will help us meet everyone’s needs. For visually impaired customers, choosing the right card can very often be a difficult experience.

“Touch Card allows consumers to quickly distinguish the card they are using thanks to the three distinct notches. We have always appreciated Mastercard’s vision to think of new ways to innovate and do things differently to serve more people,” said Mohamed Amiri, Managing Director of Ajman Bank.

Moza Al Akraf Al Suwaidi, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Community Development, said: “Accessibility is a human right and this latest initiative by Mastercard will open up new possibilities for the inclusion of people with visual impairments in the economy. digital. Ajman Bank’s collaboration with Mastercard will make everyday life easier for many people. It aligns with the social and community goals of the UAE to promote an inclusive environment for all by harnessing the infinite power and potential of technology to enrich the well-being of people of all abilities.

Digital future

“We firmly believe that no one should be left behind in our quest for a digital future. Through the power of innovation, we drive financial inclusion and access to digital services by connecting everyone to the digital economy.

“The world is changing for the better thanks to early adopters, and it is our honor to partner with Ajman Bank to design a rewarding solution that makes life easier for people who are blind or visually impaired in the UAE,” said Khalid Elgibali , Division President, Middle East and North Africa, Mastercard.

The Touch Card has been designed to work with POS terminals and ATMs, ensuring they can be deployed at scale – credit cards have a square notch; debit cards have a rounded notch; and prepaid cards have a triangular notch. In addition to blind and visually impaired consumers, anyone in a low-light environment or one-handed reach for a wallet or purse can benefit from the touch map design.– TradeArabia Press Office

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Tribal Credit sees an increase in international business transfers in the MENA region https://kempinski-ajman.com/tribal-credit-sees-an-increase-in-international-business-transfers-in-the-mena-region/ Tue, 30 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/tribal-credit-sees-an-increase-in-international-business-transfers-in-the-mena-region/

Dubai/Cairo/Riyadh: According to internal data from Tribal, a company that provides comprehensive digital financial solutions, international business transfers in the MENA region for payment of suppliers, purchase of equipment and raw materials , and business services were up 10% from Q1 to Q2 2022.

Expanding business across borders is one of the most exciting expansion opportunities as it opens up business prospects in new markets.

According to the OEC, the main export markets for the UAE in 2020 were India, China, Saudi Arabia, Japan and Iraq. In 2020, Saudi Arabia exported its products mainly to China, India, Japan, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates, while the United States, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and Italy were Egypt’s main export markets in 2020. Therefore, domestic companies need to be economically sustainable. alternatives for making safe and efficient international payments.

The growing need for seamless access to export markets has become even more relevant given the growth of e-commerce during the COVID-19 crisis, the projected strong growth of e-commerce – with e-commerce sales which are expected to reach $50 billion in 2022 as per CNNB Solutions MENA E-Commerce Report 2022, and the strong trade ties between countries in the MENA region.

According to the World Bank, post-COVID-19 economic growth will require increased trade and commerce within and between MENA countries. It will become increasingly critical for businesses to be able to reach customers across the region and internationally.

However, businesses in the MENA region still struggle to access banking and financial services that would enable them to engage in international trade, as these businesses are at different stages of their development.

Amira Fadel, Tribal Regional Director for the MENA region, said, “As business operations return to normal, we expect market developments to drive further revenue growth in 2022.”

“International trade offers new growth opportunities for companies, so we must find ways to improve their participation in the global economy, facilitate their access and provide them with the necessary support. A suite of flexible, scalable, and easy-to-use business payment solutions should be provided to meet their needs for credit options, scalability, and flexibility. »

Emerging fintech companies have transformed international transfers for businesses. With Tribal Pay, for example, businesses with an active line of credit can transfer funds without incurring fees to pay different international vendors.

Fadel added, “In addition, Tribal’s digital expense management platform can track expenses in real time, improving the overall efficiency of the payment process. Today, businesses that see global commerce as the next step can make international transfers more efficient, secure, and at your fingertips with innovative technology.

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Farnek closes facility security agreements worth over $11.54 million https://kempinski-ajman.com/farnek-closes-facility-security-agreements-worth-over-11-54-million/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://kempinski-ajman.com/farnek-closes-facility-security-agreements-worth-over-11-54-million/

The UAE’s leading smart and green facility management company, Farnek, underscored its security credentials with a slew of new and retained contracts worth more than AED42.4 million (11.54 million) in the last 12 months.

The company has had success in security contracts across a wide range of industries, including energy, healthcare, finance, manufacturing, education, residential, events and exhibitions, construction and government, where it will mobilize 420 members at sites in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah and Umm Al Quwain to provide a range of security services, including guarding, maintenance, monitoring and surveillance, inspections and site reports, among others.

Markus Oberlin, CEO of Farnek, said: “At Farnek, we provide industry-leading security solutions that incorporate flexible, integrated technologies and are supported by highly skilled security personnel. This resonated with many of our customers and partners and is representative of the demand that has seen our security division experience unprecedented growth over the past 12 months.

Safety and security

“Our main objective is to ensure the safety and security of our customers’ facilities. To achieve this, all of our personnel have gone through a rigorous vetting process and come from a variety of backgrounds, including the armed forces and police departments, ensuring they are well-versed to tackle any situation.

New healthcare contracts include RR Facility Management, a specialist in providing PCR testing center services, in the Northern Emirates, with 50 security guards to oversee operations. Elsewhere, 15 Farnek security staff will be employed at Unilab sites in Dubai and Ajman.

In the real estate sector, Farnek will deploy 14 employees in the new 23 Marina development in Dubai. Meanwhile, wins in government, construction and the financial sector include the Federal Human Resources Authority, Ramky Enviro and Banque Misr respectively.

Security Automation

In terms of security automation, Farnek uses technologies based on the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) in the security operations of the company. The company has successfully developed the HITEK 4.0 solution, a Huawei-based AI-based surveillance system that monitors local CCTV and remote channels. Integrated with our 24/7 operational control center, the AI ​​element addresses behaviors such as loitering through facial recognition and personal attributes.

To digitize the incident management process and increase resilience through enhanced operational capabilities, Farnek has also developed its in-house Security Plus mobile app, which captures real-time information from customer sites.

“This technology allows us to identify and document the full spectrum of security-related activities, ensuring that our contractual commitments are met and customer satisfaction is achieved,” Oberlin added.

Android watch

The unique Android watch that is programmed, coded and developed in-house and provides attendance and incident reports, call facilities, geofences, photo and video functions and health monitoring further improves information Farnek’s award-winning security credentials. All watches are connected to the company’s 24/7 command and control room in the village of Farnek, Jebel Ali.

The control center uses 5G and is Wi-Fi 6 enabled, which means Farnek can take advantage of increased bandwidth, ultra-low latency and enhanced security to connect assets across multiple sites so that they can be monitored and managed centrally. Guards can also be provided. with real-time updates.

Farnek recently won a series of prestigious accolades, with Dubai Police commending the company for best safety practices at the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park in Al Qudra – the largest solar park in the Middle East. The Abu Dhabi Police General Command recognized Farnek for his outstanding efforts and cooperation. Finally, at the recent FM Middle East Awards, Farnek was named Security Company of the Year 2022.

State of the art

“By listening to what our customers want and providing them with expert information and cutting-edge technology, we are able to offer a service that eclipses any other product on the market in the UAE,” Oberlin said.– TradeArabia Press Office

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