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Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Inviting Cayan Group To Ramadan Reception
2014-07-24

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Inviting Cayan Group To Ramadan Reception

On the occasion of the Holy month of Ramadan, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, invited the business leaders, the investors and the directors of the local and the international investing firms in the United Arab Emirates to attend Ramadan business reception on Sunday the 20th of July, 2014 at the Sea Palace, Al Jumeirah.

Being one of the business leaders in the Emirates and the developer of several iconic projects in Dubai such as Cayan Tower, Silverene Towers, The Jewels and others, Ahmed Mohammed Alhatti, Chairman of Cayan Group-Real Estate Investment and Development, was one of the guests at the reception. Alhatti shook hands with Sheikh Mohammed who in turn congratulated Cayan Group for the development of several unique projects in Dubai and for the company’s faith in the country and the continuous belief that Dubai is the right city to invest in. Alhatti offered his congratulations to Sheikh Mohammed and shared his views about the real estate market and trends in the UAE.
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum met with other businessmen & investors and addressed several topics related to the cultural diversity. He also expressed his strong faith in the country’s strong economy and brilliant future yet to come.
Alhatti and other heads and owners articulated their pleasure to be present at this wonderful reception and to have the opportunity to listen to his highness optimistic vision and wise thoughts. Alhatti stated that Cayan Group is currently working on new investment opportunities in the region: “we have several projects in the pipeline, some are in Dubai and others are in the Gulf region. Cayan Group will soon add more iconic projects to the skyline of Dubai, the projects will be announced and launched soon” commented Ahmed Alhatti, Chairman of Cayan Group.

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