TECOM Community management delivers a range of important benefits for community stakeholders, our investors located across our business communities and the wider community. TCM additionally ensures effectiveness in cost management as it relates to infrastructure assets within the communities from an operational and capital investment perspective.
TECOM Group is the master developer of Dubai’s leading business communities, providing a home to over 5,100 businesses across seven industry sectors. TECOM Group’ business partners range from major multinationals to local start-ups and small firms, and represent a total workforce of 76,000
A forerunner in the realisation of Dubai’s vision for a knowledge-based economy, Dubai Internet City (DIC) is the Middle East and North Africa’s largest ICT hub. Established in 2000, DIC has successfully developed a prosperous ecosystem for technology companies in its 14 years of operation. DIC is now home to 1,400 companies, including Fortune 500 listed companies and multinationals such as Facebook, Google, IBM, Mastercard, Microsoft and LinkedIn. An advocate of entrepreneurs and start-ups, DIC has introduced a series of initiatives designed to fuel SME growth in the region, including the in5 project.
Dubai Outsource City (DOC) supports the vision of the Emirates with the provision of a unique business community dedicated to the growth and development of the region’s outsourcing industry. Dubai is an attractive location for the outsourcing sector due to its excellent infrastructure, low-risk environment, zero-tax policy and access to a highly talented and multi-lingual workforce.
The UAE Media sector is burgeoning with the rise of new technologies and increased internet penetration. Fostering this growth, Dubai Media City (DMC) was launched in 2001 to further the vision of transitioning Dubai to a knowledge-based economy. DMC is now the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region’s largest hub dedicated to the media industry and a thriving business community with 1,500 leading international and regional media brands. As well as attracting global media giants, such as CNN, Thomson Reuters and MBC, DMC has also a broad range of innovative home grown talent
Dubai Studio City (DSC) offers a dynamic business environment catering to a diverse talent pool. DSC is specifically designed to support the growth of broadcast, film, television and music production companies in the Middle East region. The zone is currently home to 288 companies, including Filmworks and MBC
Dubai Production City (DPC) was launched in 2003 to meet future demand, with state of the art facilities catering to the needs of the printing, publishing and packaging industries. The zone offers a full service environment to support the industry’s growth and development. DPC is now home to 170 companies.
Dubai Knowledge Park (DKP) is the premier destination for Professional Training and Development, Human Resource Management and Executive Search in the region. The zone stretches out over a 1km long campus in the heart of Dubai, offering a cluster environment where businesses across the industry value chain share a work campus dedicated to their industry, and can interact and collaborate effectively.
Creating a highly competitive and knowledge-based economy is core to the Dubai 2021 vision. Established in 2007, Dubai International Academic City (DIAC) has played a pivotal role in elevating the quality of education and developing the region’s talent pool to meet future industry requirements. Today, DIAC is the world’s largest Free Zone dedicated to Higher Education, offering over 400 fully-accredited certificate, diploma, undergraduate, post graduate and PhD programmes.
Dubai Science Park (DSP) aims to foster the growth of the emerging life sciences industry in the UAE for a more sustainable economy. The Free Zone offers unique services including regulatory affairs management, partner development, registration and licensing, leasing, and government services, to facilitate the growth of the local and international companies operating in DSP. In addition, the zone offers world-class infrastructure alongside cutting-edge research and development facilities specifically designed and built for the fields of biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical and scientific devices, industrial biotech, food, and agricultural industries.
Spread across 55 square kilometers (560 million square feet), Dubai Industrial Park is the second largest non-real estate project in Dubai. ISO 9001:2000 certified, DI’s vision is to be the manufacturing and logistical destination of choice in the Middle East, offering businesses a comprehensive range of world-class infrastructure alongside efficient and cost-competitive services.
Dubai Wholesale City, is a member of the TECOM Group, and is a global fully integrated wholesale trading hub. Spanning an area of over 550 million sq ft, the destination was established to serve as a global primary one-stop shop for traders, catering to all wholesale needs. This state-of-the-art master development will serve as a key contributor to the UAE’s strategy of economic expansion and a channel for global trade through its cutting-edge infrastructure and innovative solutions.
Dubai Design District, better known as d3, is a purpose-built community dedicated to promoting and nurturing emerging local talent while also providing a creative home to established international design, luxury and fashion brands. Once complete, d3 will be the beating heart of the Middle East’s design scene catering to the full value chain of the design, fashion and luxury industry.
Villa Lantana is a freehold villa community situated in the heart of Dubai’s growth corridor of Al Barsha South. The residential community comprises of 440 contemporary villas set in a well-planned, landscaped family-friendly neighbourhood. The 3, 4 and 5 bedroom detached and semi-attached contemporary family homes are available in 17 different villa designs and 11 floor plans.