Dubai Production City

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Dubai Production City
Native name
مدينة دبي للإنتاج
Formerly called
International Media Production Zone (IMPZ)
Free Economic Zone
Founded July 2003, Dubai Holding subsidiary TECOM Group
Headquarters Dubai,
United Arab Emirates
Key people
Owner Tecom Group
Website http://www.dpc.ae/

Dubai Production City (DPC) (Arabic: مدينة دبي للإنتاج‎‎), formerly known as International Media Production Zone (IMPZ), is a free zone and freehold area that caters to media production companies in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The DPC spreads over an area of 43,000,000 square feet (4,000,000 m2) on Sheikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Road, near Dubai Sports City, Jumeirah Golf Estates and Jumeirah Village. The Dubai government has plans to convert this area into the next generation of Dubai Media City.[1]

Dubai Production City is a leading business hub enabling the global and local publishing, printing and packaging industries to excel.

Home to qualified business professionals from around the globe, Dubai Production City is a holistic community offering business, retail and residential lifestyle.

DPC was launched in 2003 as the first dedicated community aiming to advance the development of the production industry in the region.

DPC benefits from free zone privileges and regulations that facilitate the ease of business and operations, a unique and vibrant community supporting and fostering the growth of media production

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  1. ^ "Dubai Media City free zone". Business-Dubai.com. Retrieved 23 November 2015. 

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