The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) is branching out into business advisory services.
In a statement today (June 10th), the chamber announced that it will be offering support and advice to business clients in areas such as expansion, restructuring and exploring new markets.
Dr Belaid Rettab, executive director of the economic research and sustainable business development sector at the DCCI, said that the new advisory service is being launched in line with the chamber's long-term goals of developing growth, sustainability and competition in the emirate.
Such tenets may encourage international firms to start searching for commercial property for sale in Dubai.
The new support service will also provide guidance on improving accounting standards, managing cashflow and maintaining balance sheets.
The DCCI has also this week announced that it will establish a new business group to represent the myriad private schools in the emirate and steer public policy in education.