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We have found the leadership of DOZ, and the government in general, to be extraordinarily progressive in terms of creating a sustainable infrastructure, financial incentives and the support services necessary to provide the current and projected needs of its growing employee population and overall economy.
Established in June 2004, and launched in 2007, DOZ was initiated by Dubai Internet City to cater to the growing market demands of the outsourcing industry.
Dubai has the ability to offer multi-lingual services because of the diverse talent available here -- DOZ is home to personnel from almost 60 nations.
In the absence of a custodian for this industry, outsourcing has always remained scattered in Du[degrees]bai until DOZ was set up, accord[degrees]ing to Naqi.
DOZ is seeking at least five per cent of the global outsourcing market by 2010, when its fourth and last phase is expected to be completed.
Summary: Sir Edward Lister, the deputy mayor of London, recently visited the UAE as part of a business delegation seeking to develop closer partnerships and synergies between the UK's Tech City, a media and technology hub based in East London, and Dubai Internet City, or DIC, Dubai Outsource Zone, or DOZ, and Dubai Media City, or DMC, three of Tecom Investments' 10 interconnected and industry-focused business parks.
At DOZ, we have seen end-users considering this model.
Malek Al Malek, managing director of Dubai Internet City and DOZ, said: "Growth witnessed by the cluster in such a short time signifies the role it has played in developing the emirate's outsource industry.
Initial fieldwork will cover most of the claim group and will evaluate the DOZ exploration target, which was picked following a 1998 remote sensing study of satellite imagery carried out for the joint venture by DOZ Technologies.
The continued development and growth of DIC and DOZ falls in line with the vision of His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, of developing the emirate as a global hub for the technology industry, which is set to continue into 2013.
Malek Al Malek, Managing Director of Dubai Internet City and Dubai Outsource Zone, said: "As DOZ celebrates its fourth anniversary, the growth witnessed by the cluster in such a short time signifies the role it has played in developing the emirate's outsource industry.
There are over 25 call centres at the DOZ, according to Ammar Malek, Director of Operations at the zone.