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World Class Architecture

Dubai including its all other emirates is well known for the art architecture that made the world attracted towards it. Currently, Burj Khalifa in Dubai is one of the tallest buildings of the world. Nonetheless, the malls and other buildings have their own mind-blowing structures, such as; Dubai Mall, Burj al Arab, The marina torch, Cayan tower, and many others. Adding to the beauty of the UAE, it has fascinating desserts, luxurious hotels, heritage attractions, beautiful beaches, one of the very famous is the Jumeirah beach.

CityScape Summit

This is a two day event consisting of keynote speeches, panels, presentations, and more that will cover the biggest issues driving real estate development and investment on a macro-economic level around the globe. Special focus on the MENA region: UAE, KSA, Oman, Egypt, Kuwait and Bahrain. The Cityscape Intelligence Live series is a free-to-attend content stream at the Cityscape exhibition giving visitors the opportunity to engage with and learn from influential industry experts. Set out in a for of debates, panels, presentations and interviews, Cityscape Intelligence Live is the ideal platform for real estate specialists to share their insights and debate with other industry leaders on the market recovery process.

An interactive exchange means that they can not only learn from the speakers, but also actively consult with them. Looking at the  Real Estate industry, the sessions encourage knowledge sharing across the entire property value chain and across all asset classes: residential, commercial, industrial, hotel, retail and office.

Business In Dubai

Get the most out of how to learn business, real estate, and banking in Dubai. Learn how to use Bit Coin, BlockChain and Crypto currency to buy what you want in Dubai and around the world.

Project Tour

This is a two day event. You will be able to see Commercial, Industrial, Retail,Residential, Builder, Developers, and Luxury projects.

Commercial Real Estate

Learn the latest trends affecting commercial property. This is an unmissable event for architects, investors, REITS, and brokers looking for commercial investment opportunities and real estate across the MENA region and beyond.

  • Understand the change and innovation affecting commercial real estate
  • Network and interact with commercial real estate influencers across every part of the value chain, whether you’re an architect looking to promote your services to developers, or an investor searching for new assets in which to inject capital

Industrial Real Estate

For industrial buyers, investors and industry stakeholders, Cityscape is crucial to attend for the following reasons:

  • Understand the current trends shaping the industrial real estate sector
  • Participate in our free-to-attend seminars and talks on the exhibition floor
  • Build a meaningful network of B2B contacts with industry professionals such as architects, developers and investors from across the MENA and GCC region

With the e-commerce sector continuing to grow, online retailers and logistics firms are continuing to expand their warehouse operations. Largely driven by the manufacturing, technology, oil and gas, general trading, food and beverage, engineering and construction sectors, the demand for industrial real estate has remained positively stable even since the start of the year. These are some of the current industrial trends:

  • Investment appetite for industrial and logistics real estate assets remains strong
  • The current market sees a high demand for high-quality industrial and logistics centres that are in close proximity to airports or ports
  • Investors with a long-term view on supplying the undersupplied Prime and Grade A units are likely to attract new demand at a premium to the market
  • The demand for modern, state of the art and competitively priced warehousing and logistics centres, both in the MENA region and internationally, is consistently growing
  • How are industrial developers tackling the issue of warehouse modernisation and the updating of outdated warehouse and logistics units?
  • How is the industrial sector dealing with the challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • What does industrial investment look like in terms of longevity in 2020?
  • New standard for the industrial sector: How will new regulations shape the warehousing sector in a post COVID-19 world?

Retail Real Estate

Cityscape is at the forefront of the retail real estate market in the MENA region and beyond, providing a platform for the ideas and investors which are set to shape the property market as it recovers in the post-COVID world.

For investors and fund asset managers looking for long-term investment opportunities, Cityscape is an unmissable opportunity:

  • Meet, network and grow your business with investors, fund managers and developers from across the GCC and MENA regions, as well as further afield
  • Attend complimentary seminars and talks on the show floor and at the Summit and learn about the key issues and ideas shaping the sector
  • Discover your next investment opportunity

Retail is a major source of income for the GCC region, and over the next year it will continue to evolve as a market as global supply chains return to their pre-COVID levels.

  • Tourists visiting super malls are a key source of income in particular, providing an opportunity for older malls to repurpose to meet demand
  • The growing eCommerce sector is causing an increase in demand for warehousing, port space, shipping and delivery
  • The impact of a growing trend in e-commerce within the region, and its effect on the traditional retail model
  • The potential oversupply of retail space/units (increase by 52% by 2025 to 51.9 million sqf in the UAE)
  • How do old malls repurpose their offering with introductions of new destination attractions?
  • The GCC and South Asia accounted for 50% of the revenue generated at Super and regional malls—what impact will new potential restrictions have on super projects such as Meydan Mall and Al Khail Mall?
  • What does the future of retail look like in the region?
  • Should investors and developers still look to the super mall projects or consider a more community-based retail experience?

Residential Real Estate

If you’re a homebuyer or a buy-to-let investor, here’s why you should attend Cityscape:

  • Gain insight into leading developers’ plans and projects, for those investors curious about the market and thinking about investing in the future
  • Discover investment options which are trending during the current climate
  • Hear from key industry experts such as economists, developers, asset managers and others at Cityscape Talks and the Summit
  • Get a thorough, macro-economic outlook on the GCC and global real estate markets

Prices have dropped dramatically over the last five years, and in 2020 this decrease will be steeper than previously expected, making the GCC region ripe for residential buyers and investors. Here are just some of the additional reasons why the GCC region is more attractive than ever:

  • This trend will continue into 2021, making properties even more affordable for long-term investments
  • There are more affordable mortgages in the GCC, with more relaxed payment terms that encourage investors to remain committed
  • In addition, there has been a 5% increase in LTV for mortgages for first time homeowners, and an increase in the max off-plan LTV from 50 to 55%
  • Utility bills have been reduced

Key Topics to be Covered at the Cityscape Summit and the Free-to-Attend Cityscape Intelligence Live series

  • How will residential real estate investment evolve?
  • What does the road to recovery look like for the residential market?
  • Student accommodation: An untapped opportunity that sees an increasing demand for affordable student housing
  • UK residential investment: What do investors need to know for 2021 after a disruptive year?
  • How is proptech changing the way people purchase and rent out properties?

Hospitality Real Estate

For industry stakeholders, investors and asset managers, this is an essential event.

  • Network with high-level investors, fund managers and developers that are ready to do business
  • Enjoy free-to-attend seminars on the show floor, and discover high-level insights at the Cityscape Summit

Tourism, as a major pillar of the GCC economy, means hospitality will continue to play a leading role in the coming years, particularly as COVID-imposed travel restrictions around the world are lifted.

  • A decline in occupancy rates has given stakeholders and operators the opportunity to look at the industry in a more innovative way, especially within the luxury hospitality sector
  • Hotel operators will increasingly work with designers and architects to create new physical spaces within the sector
  • Research from Colliers revealed that there is greater interest in “staycations” across the UAE, meaning the post-COVID recovery may be driven by citizens and expats
  • New standard for hospitality sector: What will regulations and standards look like in a post-COVID-19 world?
  • Road to recovery of the hotel market: What are the best timelines for investing?
  • How to communicate with your investors in crisis times
  • Exploring new sources of debt capital to keep businesses afloat

Day Trip to Abu Dhabi

This will be an all day adventure in Abu Dhabi. Experience the culture of the Emeritus Palace, the Grand Mosque, and driving a Ferrari. See the culture and customs of  Abu Dhabi.  This will be a great experience if this is your first trip to Dubai.

Innovative Landscapes

Landscape architecture in Dubai is an important component of constructing Dubai’s global image and legitimizing its socio-political hierarchy. Dubai is a city of Skyscrapers, ports, and beaches, where big business takes place alongside sun-seeking tourism. The western area of Dubai benefits from small stretches of sandy beaches, which have helped to catalyze the city’s tourism industry. Dubai’s rulers have sought to increase the city’s seafronts, developers were encouraged to construct giant man-made islands off the coast of the city. The most famous of these is Palm Jumeirah, which has the shape of a palm tree.


Dubai has rich cultural values with great hospitality principles. The emirates are generous and always welcoming. Islam is a way of life in the City and the best things is they believe in cultural diversity. Since last decades Emiratis has focused on growing their economy with diverse ethnicity and backgrounds. The best thing about Dubai city is it has maintained its peace even being such an expanded city with different people and rituals.

World Of Flavors

Dubai is a food lover’s paradise. One can find cuisine from every part of the globe here – spicy Indian curries, tender Iranian kebabs, rich Italian pastas and more. Don’t forget about the local delicacies that the emirate has to offer. You’ll find plenty of Levantine dishes on offer here, including hummus, a smooth dip made of chickpeas and sesame paste, and shawarma, a sandwich made with meat that has been roasted on a spit.Traditional Emirati food pays tribute to the area’s geography, climate, and culture. Traditional Emirati meals focused on meat from animals such as camels and goats, or fish caught from the Arabian Sea. Most of the dishes have delicate flavoring of spices like turmeric, saffron, cardamom, cinnamon. These are spices that hail from India. Enjoy the flavors of the world while in Dubai.

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Event Schedule

Day 1 Sunday, November 15th – Discover & Demystify Dubai –

  • 9:00 am Registration
  • 10:00 am Meet & greet Networking
  • 11:00 am – 4:00 pm Demystifying Dubai
  • 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Cocktail reception

Day 2-3 Monday, November 16th & Tuesday, November 17th – Cityscape

  • 8:00 am – 5:00 pm 
  • 7:00 even reception – both days

Day 4 Wednesday, November 18th – Business in Dubai

  • Registration starts at 8:30
  • Speakers start at 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. – Conference Room
  • Smart Funding/Fractional Funding
  • Professional Bankers/Banking
  • Cultural
  • Demystifying Dubai Recap
  • How to Invest
  • Items Needed to Purchase / Once you purchase a property how do you sell it
  • Business Start-ups
  • Property Management
  • Evening on your own

Day 5 Thursday, November 19th – Project Tour Day 1

  • Touring commercial, industrial, business and any under construction residential properties. Pass by expat area (making point of expate concept on day one, if we pass by compound let us know & discuss….part of demystifying)
  • starting promptly at 9:00 a.m., bus loads at 8:45 a.m.

Day 6 Friday, November 20th – Project Tour Day 2

  • Luxury properties promptly at 9:00 a.m., bus loads at 8:45 a.m.

Day 7 Saturday, November 21st – Trade Mission Day Tour Abu Dhabi

  • Abu Dhabi – 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
  • Ferrari World Experience
  • Culture of Emirates Palace
  • The Grand Mosque

Day 8 Sunday, November 22nd – Implementation Day

  • 9:00 a.m. Opening bank accounts in Dubai or starting business entities
  • Noon – 1:30 lunch
  • 1:30 transportation leaves promptly – taking investors to properties for purchasing of properties

What you’re going to learn

  • Industries of Dubai
  • Cultur of Dubai
  • Business fundamentals of running and operating a business in Dubai
  • Understand the financial aspect of how to open and run a business in Dubai and
  • How to get financing for your business and your properties in Dubai (if you’re a citizen or not)
  • Learn how to open a business with the pre-qualification requirements that you’ll need to meet or exceed based on the definitions of Dubai
  • Understand the tourism of Dubai
  • Understand how to play full out in Dubai
  • Understand the Real Estate aspects of Dubai in residential and commercial
  • Understand how to do smart funding in Dubai
  • Understand how to do block chain and cryptocurrency in Dubai
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Specific Deliverables

Reaching goals

Technical advantages

How to have conversations in another country

Speech by Dr. Mohammed, Goodwill Ambassador of Dubai for all technology and innovation for the State of Dubai)

  • How to have conversations about technology you bring into the country
  • Business topics
  • Real Estate commercial culture that is being build in Dubai
  • Learn how Dubai builds other nations by teaching them how to come to Dubai to build Dubai

Diversity training (culture day)

Learn how to bring in people from other countries to show them how they can work for 8 months of the year and enjoy 3 to 4 months off in their own country and be able to be paid for these months

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