Buzz talks to Mohammed Shael al Saadi, CEO, Corporate Strategic Affairs at Dubai's Department of Economic Development (DED) about the DED’s crucial role in accelerating Dubai’s journey to happiness and progress.
Dubai is now emerging as a flagbearer for a new trend in the global economy, a trend which places the concepts of happiness and well-being at the heart of economic and technological development.
Celebrated for its spectacular and fast-changing skyline, at ground level the city of Dubai is increasingly focused on the well-being and happiness of its inhabitants.
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Happiness impacts on so many things. If you want to promote innovation in a city, happiness can be the vehicle you use to achieve this.
Design is the articulation of a hope; and technology is the means to achieve. In Dubai, both are present. The city doesn’t just imagine the future; it creates it.