At each session, the World Government Summit attracts the attention of the world and witnesses a wide and varied international participation. This broad global presence contributes to shedding light on Dubai and its integrated capabilities and various investment opportunities in various sectors, especially the real estate sector. Participants and attendees at the summit and pave the way for more promising opportunities.
Over the past ten years, the summit has constituted a pioneering platform for evolving discourse on good governance in all its forms, according to Hussain Sajwani, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Damac, who points out that the event witnesses wide participation of world leaders and international experts, and the global status of this event does not reflect Not only does the enormous potential that Dubai enjoys in hosting major international events, but also confirms its position as an advanced and developed city that gathers visitors from all over the world under its umbrella.
Chris Whitehead, managing partner, Luxpetat Sotheby’s International Realty, believes that the summit contributed to strengthening Dubai’s position as a destination for business and investment and played a role in attracting real estate investors from around the world. He said: The summit helped consolidate Dubai’s position by bringing together leaders and experts to discuss and present the latest developments and trends in the fields of technology, governance and others. This contributed to strengthening the image of Dubai as a dynamic city with future aspirations, which could be positive for its real estate sector.
Axis of Prosperity
In turn, Phil Sheridan, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway Home Services, said: “The UAE has been hosting the summit for ten years, and every year we notice major changes in the real estate sector. Dubai brings together global leaders with a vision and aspirations to create a better future for all. The feeling of necessity to invest in Dubai begins the moment the investor sees the Dubai skyline before the plane lands, and when he sees the magnificent buildings, green spaces, advanced infrastructure and the distinguished life offered by this city that believes in the importance of giving back to the community.
Aaron Leslie John, Chief Market Analyst at Century Financial, said: “The summit played a pivotal role in increasing the attractiveness of Dubai, which is characterized by a proactive approach to macroeconomic policy making that contributes to continuous qualitative shifts towards a more prosperous future.
Hussain Sajwani, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Damac, confirmed that the great success achieved by the Emirate of Dubai as a global destination that provides a world-class hospitality experience and a thriving real estate sector, in addition to its leadership in a wide portfolio of key sectors, are all within the objectives of the summit. Sajwani added, saying: The Emirate of Dubai is, in fact, a role model for everything that can be achieved through its leadership ideas that look forward to the future, regardless of the challenges that the international community has faced in recent times.