- Dubai Ranks third globally in talent attraction, according to the Harvard Business Review report, trailing closely behind London and New York.
- Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum praised Dubai’s strategic success in drawing and nurturing top talents, emphasizing the city’s commitment to attracting global professionals and entrepreneurs.
- The city’s pursuit of developmental initiatives aligns with Dubai’s Economic Agenda D33, aiming to be among the top three global economic cities by 2033 and striving to become the world’s best city to live in.
- The report categorized cities into four tiers of talent hubs, with Dubai acknowledged as a Global Talent Hub, securing 26 mentions and positioning itself prominently among significant metropolises globally.
- London leads as a Global Superstar Hub with 49 mentions, followed by New York with 36 mentions, while Dubai’s 26 mentions emphasize its growing significance in attracting skilled professionals worldwide.
Dubai Ranks Third Globally
Dubai ranks third globally in talent attraction, closely trailing behind London and New York, as highlighted in a recent report by the Harvard Business Review.
Sheikh Hamdan’s Acknowledgment
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, commended the emirate’s significant ranking, viewing it as a testament to Dubai’s proactive strategies in drawing and nurturing top talents.
Dubai’s Vision for Economic Advancement
According to the recent report by the Harvard Business Review, which ranks global cities by talent flows, Dubai secured the 3rd position, after London and New York. This achievement reflects Dubai’s ongoing efforts to attract top global talents, professionals, and entrepreneurs.… pic.twitter.com/B9kxFNigwc
— Hamdan bin Mohammed (@HamdanMohammed) December 23, 2023
“This accomplishment reflects Dubai’s sustained endeavors in attracting global talents, professionals, and entrepreneurs. Our city’s dedication to developmental initiatives aligns with Dubai’s Economic Agenda D33, aiming to secure a spot among the top three global economic cities by 2033 and to become the world’s best city to live in,” Sheikh Hamdan tweeted.
Harvard Business Review’s Insights
Derived from LinkedIn data spanning August 2022 to July 2023, the Harvard Business Review’s report delves into global talent hubs, categorizing cities into four tiers: Global Superstar Hubs, Global Talent Hubs, Significant Hubs, and Regional Hubs. Dubai’s recognition as a Global Talent Hub, marked by 26 mentions, solidifies its position as a major center for skilled professionals worldwide.
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Global Superstar Hubs
London and New York lead as Global Superstar Hubs, with 49 and 36 mentions, respectively, while Dubai’s 26 mentions underscore its prominence in attracting talent and fortifying its standing among significant metropolises.