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// International Nearshoring


Dubai massively diversified its economy in the past two decades and has implemented the FTZ-concept (Free-Trade-Zones) for the IT-sector too. Dubai Internet City and Dubai Silicon Oasis turned Dubai into the biggest Data Center Hub in the Middle-East, focusing on Cloud Computing, Data Analytics, Cyber Security, IoT and Software Development. The market is growing ever since and IT-spending is expected to reach 8,2 Billion USD in 2023.  Dubai has a highly educated, international workforce for technical job descriptions, whether Engineering, Data Analytics or Software Development. Despite high demand, a hiring firm will almost certainly find the right candidate for any technical or IT-job role, having a workforce of more than 300,000 highly skilled people alone. Furthermore, Dubai is the IT-Hub No 1 in the Middle East, creating a wealth of opportunities. From Dubai, we support our international clients. Through our expansive network, we can build up teams in no time. Hence, a Jurisdiction to recommend. Please see our Country Indicator down below.

// What you need to know

Dubai Country Facts​


Dubai Key Facts:
- 3,43 Mill. Inhabitants (2021)
- Languages English, Arabic
- ICT Development Index Rank 32 (2017)
- approx. 50 % of Population with higher Education (Bachelor & Master)
- IT workforce estimated up to 300 thousands


Key facts

Key facts

- Excellent Workforce
- EU-Recruitment possible
- Short Travel Distances
- Main location in the Middle-East


For Customers

For Customers

- Project Hiring for smaller Budgets
- Short-Term Projects
- Developers on-demand
- Focus on international markets


For Startups

For Startups
// What you need to know II

Dubai Workforce Facts​

Large Technical Universities

Dubai has 63 Universities, almost all of them offering technical studies with roughly 280,000 students. Approx. 20 % of the students are enrolled in technical courses, most of them with focus on IT-related jobs. This will almost grant a stable work environment with regard to highly skilled workforce for the Engineering and IT-sector.

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IT & Technical Students

Almost 60 % of school leavers intend to go to a University. A vast majority thereof joins technical fields such as Engineering or Programming, creating a stable flow into the local labour market.