Dubai Land Department has signed nine agreements and memoranda of understanding with a group of Emirati and foreign entities at Cityscape Global 2019, according to the Emirates News Agency (WAM).
An MoU was signed with Saudi Arabia’s Amaco Media Group to promote the real estate market, organise, and hold a real estate exhibition in the kingdom.
The land department also inked an MoU with Crayon, a globally leading company in machine-learning technology, for cooperation in the field of artificial intelligence-based consulting services, digital transformation, and cloud services.
Moreover, two protocols were signed with Emirates Islamic Bank and Commercial Bank of Dubai to “structure and develop the parties’ relationship and promote their common interests to achieve integration and promote close cooperation and coordination between them.”
The UAE’s land department signed MoUs with the University of Manchester Middle East Centre, Mashreq Bank, Coldwell Banker Richard Ellis, BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates, and Royal Institute of British Architects.
Held in Dubai World Trade Centre, Cityscape Global is the largest and most influential real estate investment and development event for emerging markets globally offering access to exclusive offers, networking opportunities, and educational sessions.