NDWBF participation to bring South Asian and Arab markets closer

February 07, 2024 / 12:06 PM
Sharjah24: A busy start to the year continues for Sharjah Publishing City Free Zone (SPC Free Zone), the world’s first free zone dedicated to promoting publishing, creative industries and allied businesses, as it confirms participation at the upcoming 51st edition of the New Delhi World Book Fair (NDWBF) in the Indian capital, taking place from February 10 - 18 at Pragati Maidan, and carries the theme “Multilingual India - A living tradition”.
Home to more than 3000 Indian companies including publishers, retailers, and other businesses, SPC Free Zone is going to lead several meetings and networking opportunities to inform ecosystem players about the burgeoning prospects for expansion and growth that lie ahead of them when they choose Sharjah and SPC Free Zone as their regional gateway. SPC Free Zone's participation in the NDWBF 2024 aligns with its mission to serve as a global hub connecting publishers from diverse regions with the lucrative opportunities, business-friendly policies and tax incentives available in the UAE. 

A regional launchpad for the Indian and global publishing industry 
Through their dedicated booth at NDWBF 2024, SPC Free Zone will offer attendees a unique opportunity to explore the array of services and advantages it provides to publishers. From cost-effective licensing solutions to flexible office spaces and access to a vibrant publishing community, SPC Free Zone stands as an ideal platform for those seeking to establish or expand their presence in the competitive world of publishing.

India, with its rich literary heritage and deep-rooted interest in publishing, shares a symbiotic relationship with Sharjah, and SPC Free Zone has become a preferred choice for thousands of Indian companies taking advantage of the 1,500 business activities that the free zone offers through their fast and efficient registration. 
February 07, 2024 / 12:06 PM

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