Upcoming 'Global Trader' to draw British property investors to TASWEEK's Middle East portfolio
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Thu February 23, 2012 2:12 pm

UAE. TASWEEK Real Estate Marketing and Development, a leading property advisor and solutions provider, has announced that its property portfolio and services has been chosen to feature in the ‘Global Trader Guide to Near & Middle Eastern Markets.’ Published by Ten Alps Publishing, Global Trader is the only publication of its type in the UK affiliated to both the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and UK Trade & Investment (UKTI), the UK's international business support organization.

“We have an extensive network of contacts across the MENA region and we have a deep understanding of the local markets so we are well-positioned to help British and other foreign investors capitalize on real estate opportunities in our part of the world. One the other hand, Global Trader is a perfect channel to build up TASWEEK as a one-stop shop for property development, service and marketing needs to a broader global audience. It is also a solid platform for offering our properties which offer high yields at flexible terms,” said Masood Al Awar, CEO, TASWEEK Real Estate Marketing & Development.

Global Trader is a portfolio of international business-to-business titles in print and online formats for senior management and business executives. The Middle Eastern edition provides an initial point of reference for UK and internal companies aiming to do business in the Gulf, especially in high-growth markets such as the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

The guide will be made available through official channels in the UK and across selected regional embassies and distribution partners in the Gulf to disseminate information and strengthen commercial ties. It will be an ideal platform for showcasing TASWEEK’s full range of products and services, which covers Purchase and Sale of Strategic Assets; Asset Management; Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances; Marketing Consultancy; and Investment Fund Management.

Global Trader will also provide valuable insights on TASWEEK’s two core competencies of networking and know-how and it’s over 20 years of innovation and leadership in the real estate business.

The partnership is perfectly timed given TASWEEK’s expected completion of its USD 250 million property portfolio by the first or second quarter of 2012. The property lineup will generate an annual investment yield of 5 to 7 per cent, thus offer high rewards for initial investors who will be provided with flexible options and schemes.

The Global Trader Guide to Near & Middle Eastern Markets will be made available in print and mainly digital format to an audience in excess of 150,000 businesses worldwide. Among the channels it will provide to TASWEEK are the 100,000 plus members of the BCC, UKTI and other key British Government offices, selected UK Embassies, and leading regional business groups and bilateral chambers of commerce across the Gulf.

About Tasweek:
Tasweek, a provider of comprehensive real estate development solutions for the UAE and the broader Middle East, leverages over 20 years of extensive experience in valuations, design, and real estate marketing across the UAE, GCC and MENA regions. The private joint stock company draws on its involvement in managing the properties of over 25,000 customers to ensure enhanced client satisfaction in the delivery of a diverse range of services, throughout all stages of the real estate development's lifecycle.

Through its two core competencies of knowledge and networking, Tasweek is highly capable of introducing clients to the right people, creating vital links between industry movers and players, and developing ideas to successfully bring properties to market.

 

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