Emaar to develop tourism complex at new Beijing airport

Beijing Daxing International Airport is set to be the largest airport in the world.
Updated 03 June 2019

Emaar to develop tourism complex at new Beijing airport

At a ceremony held at the China National International Convention Center, Dubai-based global developer Emaar signed a memorandum of understanding with Beijing New Aeropolis Holdings (BNA) to jointly develop a business and tourism complex within the aero-economic area of Beijing Daxing International Airport, set to be the largest airport in the world. The complex will be a one-stop solution for retail, entertainment, office, hospitality, convention, sports, art and lifestyle.

Emaar and BNA will work closely to drive diversified collaboration and actively accelerate the share of resources to boost the establishment of the aero-economic area.

Emaar is a property developer and provider of premium lifestyles based in Dubai, and is present in 13 countries. Emaar develops master-planned communities and lifestyle destinations in several high-growth markets globally. The group has a land bank of 1.6 billion square feet in the UAE and key international markets. 

Some of its trophy developments include Downtown Dubai — home to Burj Khalifa and The Dubai Mall; Dubai Marina, one of the Middle East region’s largest waterfront developments; and Emaar’s new development Dubai Creek Harbor. Emaar has strong income-generating assets, with over 915,000 square meters of rental income assets and 19 hotels and resorts under its different businesses — Emaar Development, Emaar Malls, Emaar Hospitality Group and Emaar Entertainment.

Emaar has built many landmark projects in the Middle East, North Africa, the US, Europe and South Asia. The group also plays an important role in driving the China-UAE strategic partnership, and is actively exploring the Chinese market as part of the Belt Road Initiative.


NATCOM gets HPE’s highest recognition at GITEX

Updated 22 October 2019

NATCOM gets HPE’s highest recognition at GITEX

The National Computer Systems Company (NATCOM) won the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Partner of the Year (2019) award for the sixth successive year, in addition to the award for Digital Transformation and Digital Marketing Partner of the year for Saudi Arabia, at the GITEX awards ceremony in Dubai.

Issa Al-Khamees, managing director of HPE Saudi Arabia, presented the award to NATCOM Chairman Ali Alireza. The award recognized NATCOM for its “loyalty to HP and for promoting HPE as the first choice to their customers.”