The Government of Dubai, Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) is headquartered in Dubai with 18 overseas representative offices.
The UK and Ireland representative office is based in London and is responsible for marketing activities promoting Dubai both as a destination for tourism and inward investment.
For the travel trade in the UK, the DTCM is involved with providing collateral (brochures and window displays), providing on-site training and through the free online training programme Dubai Expert, distributing the monthly online Dubai Update newsletter, arranging familiarisation trips to Dubai, exhibitions, events and much more besides including PR and advertising.
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Latest Dubai updates
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- Let Dubai entertain you [TWacademy]
- Tiger Woods Dubai course will still go ahead [TWacademy]
- Dubai awarded Investor in People standard [TWacademy]
- Fashion names set to arrive on the Dubai dining scene [TWacademy]
- Dubai cruises forward in 2010 [TWacademy]
- Why Dubai is on top of the World [TWacademy]
- Dubai looks ahead to 2010 [TWacademy]
- Dubai demonstrates its growing diversity at WTM 2009 [TWacademy]
- Small businesses play a big role in Dubai’s future [TWacademy]
- Dubai at World Travel Market 2009 [TWacademy]
For an archive of Dubai stories, see the DTCM zone on TWacademy.
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