Dubai Internet City (DIC), with more than 20 years since its establishment in 2000, stays among the world’s preferred hubs for new economy companies, with a massive growth, value-added, technology-oriented global firms recently choosing DIC to establish their regional operations.
Moreover, the latest to join the growing status of new economy companies making DIC their hub is ‘Cloudflare’, which is an American content delivery network and DDoS mitigation company. Recently, Cloudflare announced Dubai as their first place in the Middle East to support its growing EMEA operations, hence offering a base for the company in the Middle East and Turkey.
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Cloudflare’s Dubai-based team will support the company in growing brand awareness, acquire and support more customers, and also recruit new talent. Furthermore, Dubai’s rapidly evolving tech ecosystem has helped them swiftly mature into a significant hub for new-age enterprises, which includes established multinationals, unicorns, and even startups.
Dubai, being the region’s leading tech spot, Ammar Al Malik, Managing Director of Dubai Internet City, welcomed Cloudflare into their growing community, and said that he remains committed to offering Cloudflare with the same enabling platform.