Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA) and Ricoh Group of Japan, the global imaging and electronics company, have inaugurated the Group's regional trading headquarters at the Silicon Park project in Dubai Silicon Oasis, a free technology integrated city.
The group is headquartered in Tokyo and operates in nearly 200 countries and territories around the world. In the fiscal year ending March 2019, the company achieved total sales of about $ 18.1 billion. In 2017, the company developed its investment strategy until 2020, which allocated $ 1.85 billion to the growth plan in the field of commercial and industrial printing in addition to office services. The global technology company provides document management solutions, digital cameras, and various software and hardware for small and large enterprises worldwide. Through its new branch in Dubai, the group will offer consulting, training and sales to its business partners in the GCC and MENA countries.
Dr. Mohammed Al Zarouni, Vice President and CEO of the Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority, and Mark Thompson, General Manager of Rico Middle East, opened the company's new headquarters in Dubai.
Al Zarooni said: “After the hard work we have done to complete Silicon Park, the first smart city in Dubai, we are proud to open the premises of the first institution within the project, which is a qualitative step towards making Dubai the smartest city in the world. The opening of its new regional hub in Dubai reflects the great confidence of international companies in the vital business environment in the emirate. '
“The Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority is committed to enhancing the attractiveness of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the emirate in line with the vision of the wise leadership to attract companies of all sizes and specialties, as well as startups and multinationals.
Al Zarouni stressed that the opening of Ricoh's regional commercial headquarters in Dubai represents a quality opportunity for businessmen and investors from various sectors to benefit from the advanced offers of the Japanese technology giant.