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Boston Consulting Group moves regional office to Dubai World Trade Centre

Boston Consulting Group moves regional office to Dubai World Trade Centre

DWTC announced cuts to its licencing fees earlier this year

Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) has announced the securing of Boston Consulting Group (BCG) as a tenant after the firm relocated to its One Central mixed-use development.

BCG’s 66,000sqft offices will occupy the sixth and seventh floors of One Central’s ‘Offices 3′, with access to a terrace.

“With this new home, we are at the epicenter of business districts,” said BCG Middle East managing partner Joerg Hildebrandt.

“The move is of strategic importance and will provide our dynamic organisation with a more centralised position for future growth and development within world-class facilities.”

The announcement comes after DWTC announced cuts of up to 70 per cent to its business licencing fees in June to improve the free zone’s competitiveness.

Read: Dubai World Trade Centre cuts licensing fees

The Dhs8bn ($2.1bn) One Central project features office buildings, three- to five-star hotels with 2,000 rooms, residential towers with more than 1,300 apartments, commercial establishments and a multi-purpose theatre with a capacity for 2,500 people.

The project’s first phase, including an eight-storey office building and a 588-room Ibis hotel, was completed in 2016.

The DWTC exhibition complex itself is the region’s largest events space and hosts more than three million visitors a year across its various halls.


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