To make itself more effective the Business Council has organised itself into a series of working groups.
The Financial & Professional Services Working Group seeks to look at issues both for people working in its own sector
The Energy Working Group was the first one established by the UAE-UK Business Council back in 2011.
The Healthcare and Life Sciences Working Group seeks to help UK companies setting up in the UAE
Developing and promoting excellence in the infrastructure industry.
looking to the future of the infrastructure sector.
The Education & Training Working Group focuses on preparing the education sector for the future.
The Security & Aerospace Working Group is a new addition to the UAE
Useful articles for those thinking of doing business in the UAE
The UAE has made huge progress diversifying its economy
The UK has the 5th largest national economy in the world
The UAE-UK Business Council has committed to help increase bilateral trade and investment to £25bn by 2020.
The cooperation agreements between the UAE and UK reflect the depth and strength of the bilateral relationship
Ensuring the implementation of the Business Council’s action plan
Working with others
CHAIRMEN’S JOINT MESSAGE
The UAE and the UK have a long standing historical relationship and the cooperation agreements in place between our two countries reflects the depth and strength of these relationships
Co-Chair, UAE - UK Business Council
The UAE UK Business Council was established in 2011 as a not-for-profit organisation to develop business relations and increase trade between the UAE and the UK. The Business Council hit its original target to increase bilateral trade to £12bn by 2014 and we are now looking to broaden our mandate to support growing areas of bilateral opportunity and increase bilateral trade to £25bn.
We have identified financial services and fintech, education and professional development, life sciences, green energy and A.I. as additional priorities for the Business Council. The development of these sectors is also a key priority for our respective Governments, who recognise them as future economic engines that will deliver significant skilled employment and international trade opportunities.
Our priority as co-chairs is to establish platforms for a broader range of companies to participate in the UAE – UK trade relationship. Greater investment, collaboration, and knowledge-sharing between the UK and the UAE can only benefit both our economies in the long term.