The Arabian Luxury Group (TALG) has joined the list of approved business incubators under the umbrella of the Dubai Business Incubator Network (DBIN).
The incubator aims to create and develop its own luxury brands, in addition to adopting and investing in Emirati projects in the fields of fashion, jewellery, cosmetics, accessories, perfumes, shoes, and other luxury goods that the citizens of the UAE and Arab countries make and design, reported Dubai Media Office.
“Emirati products visible in foreign stores and shopping centres will make us proud of our success and the capabilities and skills of Emirati creators to compete and innovate in manufacturing and exporting high-quality products,” said Abdul Baset Al Janahi, CEO of Dubai SME, which is a division of Dubai Economy tasked with developing the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector.
Al Janahi said that innovators and entrepreneurs will be provided with financial support as well as support for implementing marketing methods to promote Emirati brands in global markets, starting with GCC markets.
TALG will work to launch and incubate these projects, and grow them regionally and globally.
“We are interested in investing in luxury brands, and we will support and nurture creative entrepreneurs to design and manufacture products with international specifications. We are keen to go to regional and global events and exhibitions to introduce our products and export them, especially since it will create job opportunities for our younger generations and unveil and elevate Arab talent,” said Marwan Bin Yousef Al Serkal, founder of TALG.
This article was originally written by Gulf Business
This article was originally published by Gulf Business.