Links Group Ranks 56th on Dubai SME 100 list
Only company formation specialist to be recognised as one of Dubai’s top performing SMEs
Links Group has been ranked the 56th best performing SME in Dubai. The company formation specialist, which this year celebrates its 10th anniversary, was the only company of its kind to make the inaugural Dubai SME 100 list.
Links Group received the accolade from H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Economic Sector Committee, Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Airline and Group and Chairman of Emirates NBD, at an official awards ceremony in Dubai today. The achievement cements Links Group’s position as the foremost company formation specialist in the UAE.
Dubai SME 100 is an initiative by the Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for SME Development (MBRE) and provides a ranking of the 100 best performing SMEs in the emirate. In line with the government’s strategy to support promising SMEs, the Dubai SME 100 ranking seeks to identify promising SMEs and groom them to become bigger, better and sustainable enterprises; eventually developing them into large globally-oriented companies.
Participating companies were evaluated on their financial and non-financial performance across six categories – business growth, financial soundness, innovation, human capital development, international orientation and corporate excellence.
Established in 2002, Links Group is a premier company formation specialist advising corporations and individuals on how best to establish a legal commercial presence in the UAE and Qatar. It is also the only company of its kind to be associated with the Foreign Investment Office (FDI) of the Dubai Economic Department.
In its 10 years of operation Links Group has incorporated more than 200 businesses in Dubai and helped to contribute an estimated USD 2 billion to the local economy. Links Group is uniquely positioned to offer its clients the peace-of-mind that comes with appointing a corporate entity governed by a highly structured board as a nominee partner, a model which has helped attract large multinationals to the emirate.