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Oroscopo Branko domenica 5 febbraio: giornata positiva per amici e famiglia

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Oroscopo Branko domenica 5 febbraio: giornata positiva per amici e famiglia. Come ogni giorno scopriamo insieme le previsioni del nostro astrologo preferito per questa giornata: amore, salute, lavoro, fortuna per ogni segno zodiacale. Oroscopo di Branko per i segni di Ariete, Toro, Gemelli, Cancro Ariete (21 marzo-20 aprile) – Oggi: Dovresti avere più ordine, metodo e […]

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Oroscopo Paolo Fox domenica 5 febbraio: giornata di passione, ecco per chi

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Oroscopo Paolo Fox domenica 5 febbraio: giornata di passione, ecco per chi. Come ogni giorno scopriamo insieme le previsioni del nostro astrologo preferito per questa giornata: amore, salute, lavoro, fortuna per ogni segno zodiacale. Oroscopo di Paolo Fox per i segni di Ariete, Toro, Gemelli, Cancro Ariete (21 marzo-20 aprile) – Inizia il fine settimana in […]

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Oroscopo di domenica 5 febbraio: domani alti e bassi in amore

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Oroscopo di domenica 5 febbraio: domani alti e bassi in amore. Scopriamo insieme le previsioni di questa giornata su amore, salute, lavoro, fortuna per ogni segno zodiacale. Oroscopo di questa giornata per Ariete, Toro, Gemelli, Cancro Ariete (21 marzo-20 aprile) – In questa domenica di Sant’Adelaide nuovi orizzonti si apriranno di fronte a te. Un […]

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Masdar City Breaks Ground On ‘The Link’

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Masdar City in Abu Dhabi has started construction on “The Link,” a 30,000 sqm sustainable community that includes the region’s first net-zero energy shared living and working facility. The project will also include four low-carbon buildings with event spaces, retail options, recreational facilities, and outdoor plazas, and is expected to create over 2,000 jobs in the UAE.

Dutco has been announced as the contractor for the project.

The Link is part of Masdar City’s plan for sustainable urban development and aims to connect shared working and living spaces with other community amenities.

Ahmed Baghoum, Acting CEO of Masdar City, said, “The Link will model a new kind of sustainable community by connecting shared working and living space with other elements of a thriving neighbourhood, including places to shop, play, and relax, and local transportation. It is a key component of Masdar City’s ‘green-print’ for sustainable urban development and a wonderful way to honour this Year of Sustainability as the UAE prepares to host COP 28.”

Zayed Baker, the executive director of the Dutco Construction Group, added, “Masdar City’s rich legacy of sustainable construction and innovation make them an ideal partner for us. We’re honored to be bringing this historic development to life.”

Dutco was selected in large part due to their high in-country-value (ICV) certification score, which represents the value they will add to the UAE economy.

Martin Baerschmidt, the managing director of EDGE, which designed The Link, commented, “Our priority was integrating the international sustainability principles that Masdar City is known for with world-class living, working, and recreational space to create a truly iconic architectural landmark and community experience.”

The Link is a sustainable development project that will meet several high-level sustainability standards such as LEED Platinum, WELL Gold, 4 Pearl PBRS Estidama, and LEED SmartPark Silver. The project is expected to achieve a significant reduction in energy use, powered by renewable energy sources. The development will offer residential units in various sizes, as well as dedicated office and commercial spaces. Amenities for residents will include a courtyard with play areas, a wellness zone, and more. The commercial space will feature retail options at the ground level.

A multi-use hall and visitor centre, spanning 3,300 square metres, will host conferences, exhibitions, and live performances, and will have a retail precinct on the ground floor as well as a restaurant on the first level. The flexible auditorium will seat 300 and feature state-of-the-art technology and equipment.

The Link will connect all areas of Masdar City through transportation networks. It will create a transition route between the upcoming Light-Rail Transit and Group Rapid Transit networks, and offer bicycle tracks, bus connectivity, electric charging ports, car sharing facilities, and parking for 1,255 vehicles.

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Abu Dhabi Chamber Launches Its New Strategy For 2023-2025

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The Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI) launched its new 3-year strategy today spanning from 2023 to 2025, which centres on serving the Abu Dhabi Economy and solidifying its position as the “Voice of the Private Sector”.

In line with its new strategy, the Abu Dhabi Chamber aims to empower the private sector in Abu Dhabi and enhance its competitiveness, making Abu Dhabi the first choice in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region for doing business by 2025.

The announcement was made during a launch ceremony organised by the Abu Dhabi Chamber, which was attended by Dr. Thani bin Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Minister of State for Foreign Trade; Ahmed Jassim Al Zaabi, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Global Market; Abdulla Mohamed Al Mazrui, Chairman of Abu Dhabi Chamber; Dr. Ali Saeed bin Harmal Al Dhaheri, First Vice Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Chamber; and other board members.

The event was also attended by a number of officials and dignitaries, strategic partners, diplomatic representatives, business councils, members from the private sector, and media.

The Chamber’s strategy is the result of an extensive exercise that was led by its Board of Directors after their appointment in July 2021 by President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, as they identified the need for a transformation that will allow the Chamber to provide exceptional services to support the private sector and the Abu Dhabi Economy.

Furthermore, the strategy aims to establish the Chamber as a credible partner for both the private sector and government with adding value to all stakeholders. It was also anchored in the needs of the private sector and aims to foster collaboration with local and federal partners for a successful and prosperous Abu Dhabi.

Strategic Objectives

In its 2023-2025 strategy, the Chamber focused on six strategic objectives. These include: being the #1 advocator for the private sector’s needs and the main communication channel between the private sector and the Abu Dhabi government; being the leader of the primary private sector committees in Abu Dhabi; being the go-to entity for identifying relevant business partners, locally and abroad; being the #1 platform for ecosystem navigation; being a best-in-class and fully digital service provider for Abu Dhabi businesses; and becoming the go-to entity for private sector data and insights.

Strategy Development

Commenting on the launch of the Chamber’s new strategy, Al Mazrui said, “The development of a comprehensive, integrated, and ambitious strategy for the Abu Dhabi Chamber is a major step that supports the directives of our wise leadership by connecting the public and private sectors.

The Chamber already went through an organisational transformation on an internal level, which will play a key role in driving productivity and excellence to overcome any upcoming challenges.”

“The Abu Dhabi Chamber’s new strategy is focused on empowering the private sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and supporting it in reaching its full potential in a competitive business environment, by facilitating trade exchange opportunities and driving the growth of the economy in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Through advocacy, innovation, and digitisation, the Chamber contributes to making Abu Dhabi the top choice in the MENA region for business by 2025, and consolidating the Chamber’s reputation as one of the best chambers of commerce in the region and the world,” he added.

Rashed Abdulkarim Al Blooshi, Under-Secretary of Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, stated, “The Abu Dhabi Chamber’s new strategy will contribute to making more achievements in economy and trade, for the benefit the emirate of Abu Dhabi and the UAE. The Chamber seeks to have a stronger influence in the formulation of policies, and serve as a channel of communication between the private sector, the government and the concerned parties.”

He added, “The launch of the new strategy is a major step for growing Abu Dhabi’s economy, especially that the Chamber works closely with the private sector and is aware of the sector’s needs and concerns. The Department of Economic Development – Abu Dhabi is committed to supporting the execution of the Abu Dhabi Chamber’s strategy during the next stage, to drive the growth of the emirate’s economy and create more opportunities for future generations.”

Al Dhaheri commented, “Supported by our wise leadership, the Abu Dhabi Chamber has made great achievements since its establishment, growing its membership base to more than 133,000 members. This reflects Abu Dhabi’s position as a leading destination for doing business. Abu Dhabi Chamber’s new strategy aims to enhance the competitiveness of the private sector and expedite its growth and contribution to the national economic development.”

The Start of a New Phase

Mohamed Helal Almheiri, Director-General of Abu Dhabi Chamber, said, “Since its establishment in 1969, the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry has provided a supportive, flexible, and inclusive environment to businesses in Abu Dhabi. With our new strategy, we look forward to starting a new phase that focuses on uncovering opportunities for the business community, by providing services that benefit the emirate and make it one of the best and most dynamic business destinations in the world for living, working, and establishing businesses.”

“Over the past three years, Abu Dhabi’s private sector has witnessed rapid growth, driven by the guidance of our wise leadership, and Abu Dhabi Chamber’s support. For the next three years, the Chamber aims to achieve further success by bringing the private and public sectors together. This aims to strengthen the contribution and impact of Abu Dhabi’s business community on the sector’s development, and maintain its active presence in the local and national economy, to enhance Abu Dhabi’s reputation and its leading position on the regional and global forums,” he added.

A newly transformed and Global Arbitration Centre

In line with the objectives of the new strategy, the Abu Dhabi Chamber is preparing to soon launch a newly transformed Arbitration Centre that will bring together international best practices for the region and local businesses to take full advantage of Alternative Dispute Resolution practices. This will further support the business environment in Abu Dhabi, making Abu Dhabi a preferred hub for Alternative Dispute Resolution in years to come.

Chamber services

According to the new strategy, the Chamber will play three key roles: Being a Policy Advocator, a Networker, and a Service Provider.

By being a policy advocator, the Chamber will be serving as the interface between the private sector and the government, and run sectorial committees and working groups through leading the Economic Collaboration Committee, liaising with its government partners accordingly to provide a platform for the private sector to discuss the best ways to overcome challenges, propose new ideas, and raise policy recommendations.

The Chamber will also organise regulation consultations and campaigns that aim to support the private sector in understanding relevant regulations and contribute to the establishment and modification of laws before they are issued. Moreover, the Chamber will organise B2G conferences, and provide credible data and research to private sector and government partners.

As part of its role as a networker, the Chamber will work with different stakeholders with the aim of uncovering opportunities within the ecosystem. The Chamber will continue to organise B2B matchmaking events, which aim to bring together local companies with relevant local and international companies/organisations to promote trade and contribute to economic growth. Aside from this, the Abu Dhabi Chamber will be hosting focused topical events to support networking and discuss the most pressing topics in the business environment The Chamber will also support international delegations to facilitate trade, investments and collaboration for the private sector.

As part of its role as a service provider, the Chamber aims to be a trusted platform for economic ecosystem navigation and will offer best in class digital and advisory services including, legal advice, legal mediation, attestation, and official documentation services like the certificate of origin. The Chamber conducted a complete digital transformation exercise recently and all its services are 100 percent digital and can be accessed through the TAMM platform.

The Chamber has stressed that its role is to complement the efforts of the government through private sector engagement and this new strategy with its objectives, service offering and dedication from the Board of Directors, Chamber management, and employees. The ultimate aim is to support Abu Dhabi and realise its future vision, to strengthen the private sector and Abu Dhabi economy through advocacy, innovation, and digitisation, making Abu Dhabi the number one choice in MENA for business and talent by 2025.

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Oroscopo Paolo Fox dal 6 al 12 febbraio, le stelle della settimana

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Oroscopo Paolo Fox dal 6 al 12 febbraio, le stelle della settimana. Di che segno sei? Scopri con noi cosa ti riservano le stelle questa settimana! Oroscopo della settimana di Paolo Fox per i segni Ariete, Toro, Gemelli e Cancro Ariete (21 marzo-20 aprile) – Cari Ariete, Giove sta facendo il suo lavoro e vi sta […]

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Oroscopo Branko dal 6 al 12 febbraio, le stelle della settimana

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Oroscopo Branko dal 6 al 12 febbraio, le stelle della settimana. Di che segno sei? Scopri con noi cosa ti riservano le stelle questa settimana! Oroscopo di Branko settimanale per i segni di Ariete, Toro, Gemelli e Cancro Ariete – Cara Ariete, questa settimana – a partire dalla giornata di sabato – il pianeta Mercurio smetterà […]

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Oroscopo Branko 4 e 5 febbraio: le previsioni del weekend

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Oroscopo Branko 4 e 5 febbraio: le previsioni del weekend. Come ogni venerdì sera trovate le previsioni del weekend di Branko, l’astrologo più famoso d’Italia, su amore, lavoro, salute e fortuna di tutti i segni zodiacali. Oroscopo Branko del weekend per i segni di Ariete, Toro, Gemelli, Cancro Ariete – Le prospettive romantiche dell’Ariete potrebbero migliorare. Incontrare […]

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Oroscopo Paolo Fox 4 e 5 febbraio: le stelle complete del weekend

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Oroscopo Paolo Fox 4 e 5 febbraio: le stelle complete del weekend. Come ogni settimana venerdì sera trovate le previsioni del weekend di Paolo Fox, l’astrologo più famoso d’Italia, su amore, lavoro, salute e fortuna di tutti i segni zodiacali. Oroscopo Paolo Fox del weekend per i segni di Ariete, Toro, Gemelli, Cancro Ariete – Farà […]

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String Of Australian Open Finalists Heading For Inaugural Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open

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No fewer than five Australian Open finalists, including two Grand Slam champions, are heading to the UAE for the very first hosting of the Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open presented by Abu Dhabi Sports Council.

The first Grand Slam of the 2023 tennis season was the thriller across all events – with the ladies’ competitions hotly contested by the world’s very best. The players now switch their attention to Abu Dhabi and the WTA 500 event to be held at the International Tennis Stadium, Zayed Sport City, from February 5-12.

Tickets are now available to watch the players in action at www.ticketmaster.ae with prices starting at AED50 for adults (including premium tickets on Monday and Tuesday), whilst full tournament packages are available at a 15% saving, including hospitality tickets. Additionally, tickets for children under 12 accompanied by premium and regular ticketholders will be free during the first four days.

Women’s Singles Australian Open finalist Elena Rybakina will be one of the favourites for the tournament following her performance in Melbourne. The reigning Wimbledon champion was in impressive form with standout wins against world No.1 and top seed Iga Swiatak, along with the 13-seed Danielle Collins, who also features in the Abu Dhabi draw, before narrowly losing out to Aryna Sabalenka in three sets in the final.

There will also be a number of doubles specialists on display – with India’s Sania Mirza expected to get a lot of local support in Abu Dhabi. Mirza has six Grand Slam doubles titles to her name, and was a finalist again at the Australian Open, where she partnered Rohan Bopanna in the mixed doubles.

She said: “I can’t wait to play in the Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open for the first time. The UAE has become my second “home” and can’t wait to be able to finish my career here over the next month.”

Mirza was pipped to the title in Australia by Brazil’s Luisa Stefani and Rafael Matos, with Stefani also appearing in Abu Dhabi.

Another player to look out for is Barbora Krejčíková. The Czech star won the doubles in Melbourne alongside partner Kateřina Siniaková but will also be dangerous in the singles in Abu Dhabi. The former world No.2 has a French Open title to her name and will offer a strong challenge in the UAE capital.

With the Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open roadshow taking over the capital this week, fans can look forward to the roadshow’s arrival in Zayed Sports City for an interactive fan village across the tournament. Young fans can look forward to exclusive Kids Days, bringing engaging tennis activities, fitness sessions and surprise player appearances from the stars of the WTA tour to the village.

Alongside the introduction of the first ever WTA women’s sanctioned event to the capital, panels led by the Fatima Bin Mubarak Ladies Sports Academy featuring appearances from the Emirati star athletes of the future. 

The Mubadala Abu Dhabi Open is being produced by IMG, the company behind the Miami Open and Madrid Open, and globally renowned cultural events such as New York Fashion Week: The Shows, Hyde Park Winter Wonderland and Frieze art fairs.

Fans can now secure the best available seats at the International Tennis Centre in Zayed Sports City by visiting ticketmaster.ae and are encouraged to follow @MubadalaAbuDhabiOpen on social media channels for updates.

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