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.
DI specialises in light to medium manufacturing sectors. It has six dedicated industrial zones span the following industries:
In addition to DI’s six distinct industrial zones, supporting zones include: