Links Group launches comprehensive partner programme


Press Release:

The Links Group – Leaders in company formation in the UAE and Qatar for 10 years – has launched a comprehensive partner programme, connecting its clients to an unrivaled regional network of corporate services offered at preferential rates.

With more than 300 registered companies in its portfolio, The Links Group has used its collective procurement power and established business relationships to create a database of preferred service providers offering exclusive benefits to its client base.

Services include: insurance, logistics, business group memberships, hospitality, communication training, food and beverage, and sport facilities.

As a facilitator of foreign investment into the UAE and Qatar, The Links Group Partner Programme provides new and established clients access to a trusted network of service providers to help make doing business in these markets easier.

Listed services not only include preferred business partners of The Links Group, but also the recommendations of the company’s industry associates such as foreign trade bodies and local government entities.

This makes The Links Group Partner Programme a particularly attractive proposition for new market entrants providing a directory of tried, tested and endorsed business services that would otherwise take a significant investment of time by foreign companies to procure.

“The Links Group Partner Programme has been conceived to fulfil an important client need,” explains Stuart Curtis, Group Managing Director at The Links Group. “As a trusted source of business referrals we saw an opportunity to flex our procurement muscle to create a preferential corporate register. The Partner Programme packages our local market knowledge and deep business relationships to bring exceptional added value to our clients,” he added.

Launched this month, access to The Links Group Partner Programme is complimentary for all new and existing clients with paid subscriptions for the wider business community being considered as part of future programme development plans.

Article by Links Group on Oct 30th 2012