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Dubai Unveils New Logo; Government Entities to Implement Within 6 Months

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Published on March 18, 2024, 14:54:42

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Dubai's Crown Prince unveiled a new logo for the Government of Dubai on Sunday, during the inaugural session of the executive council following its recent reconstitution.

He directed the immediate adoption of the new logo across all government entities in Dubai, while allowing them to maintain their distinct individual logos as well. Government entities will have a six-month transition period to implement the new logo.

Furthermore, the Crown Prince allocated Dh40 billion for the ‘Dubai Portfolio for Public-Private Partnership’ for 2024-2026. This initiative, overseen by the Department of Finance through Dubai Digital Platforms, aligns with the objectives of the Dubai Economic Agenda, D33, aiming to increase government spending to Dh700 billion, elevate private sector investment in development projects to Dh1 trillion and raise foreign direct investment to Dh650 billion by 2033.

Among other initiatives, Sheikh Hamdan also endorsed Dubai’s ‘Affordable Housing Policy’ and the ‘Dubai Sandbox’ project.
The ‘Affordable Housing Policy’ is in line with Dubai's 2040 Urban Master Plan, seeking to create vibrant communities by addressing housing needs and offering diverse job opportunities.

It aims to provide housing options for individuals across different income levels and improve accommodations for workers nearer to their workplaces. Entities such as Dubai Municipality, the Roads and Transport Authority, Dubai Land Department, and Dubai Electricity and Water Authority are involved in its implementation.

The ‘Dubai Sandbox’ project aims to accelerate the growth of start-ups, especially in technology and emerging sectors, fostering an entrepreneurial culture and facilitating access to funding. It also seeks international integration with the global innovation ecosystem.

As part of the first package of 100 transformative projects of D33, aligned with the goal of doubling the emirate's economy over the next decade, the project focuses on areas such as artificial intelligence, real estate technology, health-tech, and green technologies to combat climate change.

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