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Oman UAE Exchange spread out its wings to serve more customers, by opening new branches in Panorama Mall and Avenues Mall.

New branch at Panaroma Mall

New Branch at the Avenues Mall

UAE Exchange Hong Kong sponsored “Arumbugal” the TCA (Tamil cultural and Art association) program that along with riotous laughter, enhanced and brought out the hidden talents in many children.

At the Arumbugal event

Meeting Cutsomers

Unleashing hidden talents in children

UAE Exchange inaugurated its first Women-Powered Branch at Dubai Airport Free Zone (DAFZA). This branch is the first-of-its-kind initiative in the Middle East by any exchange house, which falls in line with the vision of the UAE Federal Government in bringing gender equality. Every activity in the branch is managed by a committed team of women employees. The branch will be operational like any other branch in the country and will provide customised financial solutions to all its customers.

All women powered branch

UAE Exchange opened “The Outlet Village branch” to serve customers better and to provide excellent service. The total number of branches in the UAE as of date will be 148 and the UAE Exchange’s Direct Office count globally is 806.

UAE Exchange celebrated the Flag Day and 45th UAE National Day to pay tribute to the country’s remarkable progress and its Rulers. During the Flag Day, the celebrations began with hoisting the UAE flag and brought together Emiratis and expats to a celebration of unity. 45th National Day was marked with the Spirit of the Union and the huge achievements of this great nation.

At the Flag day celebrations

UAE National Day Celebrations

UAECelebrations

UAE Exchange sponsored the union festival 45 at Municipality Club, Al Ain on 25th November 2016. More than 800 Jordanians attended the event.

Cultural activities

UAE Exchange signed a strategic partnership with Fujairah Government Human Resources Department. Through this alliance UAE Exchange will offer special benefits with regards to the financial services and solutions provided to employees working in government entities in the Emirate of Fujairah.

Forming Strategic Alliances

UAE Exchange India, conducted a Cricket tournament at Swantons Cricket Club and also supported the first district chess championship for the hearing impaired organised by Ernakulam District Sports Council of the deaf at Regional sports centre, Kadavantra.

Extending our support to the the players at the Swantons

At the chess championship for deaf

UAE Exchange India participated at the ASSOCHAM Digital Meet and addressed the gathering on ‘XPay Cash Wallet as a Digital step towards cashless economy”.

At the ASSOCHAMDigital Meet

 

Meeting the press

UAE Exchange India inaugurated a new branch in Ooty and the 2nd branch at Visakhapatnam. We also celebrated the 11th, 5th and 4th anniversary of the Kurnool, Bhimavaram and Adilabad branch respectively.

Inaugurating new branches

Anniversary Celebrations

UAE Exchange Bahrain participated at the grand event, "ICRF SPECTRA 2016" held at Bahrain Keraleeya Samajam, Sagaya.  This annual event aims at unearthing artistic talents among the youth and creating a future generation who would be catalysts of social change. We also conducted a missed call campaign at the AMA camp, Askar where more than 800 people participated.

SPECTRA 2016

During the missed call campaign

 

বিজয়ের উল্লাস
ইউ এ ই এক্সচেঞ্জ বিজয়ের উল্লাস প্রোমোশনে বিজয়ীর নাম ঘোষণা করছে
আপনি কি উৎসুক জানতে যে আপনি বিজয়ী হয়েছেন কিনা?

আসুন দেখি কে বিজয়ী হয়েছেন... 

Winner Name Mobile Number ending with Email
Bilkis jahan Khan 4700

bilkisjkhan@gmail.com

 আন্তরিক শুভেচ্ছা বিজয়ীকে! আমরা সব অংশগ্রহণকারীদের যারা এই প্রতিযোগিতায় একটি বিশাল সাফল্য তৈরি আমাদের আন্তরিক কৃতজ্ঞতা ও আন্তরিক শুভেচ্ছা জানাচ্ছি.

 

বিজয়ী আমাদের বিষয় লাইনে 'সংযুক্ত আরব আমিরাতে বাংলাদেশ জিত দিবস কনটেস্ট' সঙ্গে তাদের পুরো নাম, ঠিকানা, যোগাযোগের নম্বর, ই-মেইল আইডিটি এবং socialmedia.team@uaeexchange.com পরিচয় প্রমাণ একটি কপি প্রেরণ করার জন্য অনুরোধ করা হয়.

Bijoyer Ullash Winners

Name

Mob Number end with

E-mail

Bilkis jahan Khan

4700

bilkisjkhan@gmail.com

The Rise of Smart Cities: Dubai

Thursday, 22 December 2016

As urbanisation gathers pace, and more people move to densely populated urban areas, smart cities are the only way to provide excellent quality of life while dealing with global challenges such as climate change, urban population growth and mass transit.

As cities become larger and more populous, quality of life for residents becomes very important. Effectively managing millions of residents living in close proximity requires connectivity, intelligent service provision, and real-time traffic and public services management – with the aim of enabling a happier and better life. To put it simply: for residents to become happier, cities will need to become smarter.

And that’s why Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai H.H. Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum has expressly put happiness at the very centre of his vision for Dubai to quickly transition to smart city status. As the Emirate prepares for a future where its population swells to a potential 9 million people, it is initiating a raft of innovative measures to ensure resident happiness – a goal enshrined within a formal happiness index.

Smart City Final

To achieve its happiness goal, Dubai has listed four key issues — resource efficiency, seamless service delivery, safety and risk mitigation and the enrichment of lifestyles and business experiences - as priorities within the smart city system.

Within this framework, the city has 100 initiatives currently being implemented in transport, communications, electricity, economic services, infrastructure, and urban planning. 1000 government and private services are in the process of “going smart”. Solar power is being connected to houses and buildings, smart meters are being rolled out to monitor consumption effectively, and “smart palm trees” power free Wi-Fi hotspots.

Generally speaking, smart cities streamline service delivery with inter-connected transport systems, web-enabled power grids, smart monitoring of city infrastructure and responsive services. They use technology to make sure that roads and physical infrastructure are used to their most efficient capacity. Local people gain more participation in the government of their city by participating through e-feedback. Services are re-designed on a continual basis in response to data collected and feedback from inhabitants.

Dubai is taking an integrated approach to the smart city model. So while the energy sector will use smart grids, and the transport sector will manage traffic systems digitally, the real “smart city” will come to life when these sectors are all interconnected with each other, and accessible via mobile to every resident.


And while the government’s vision is leading the way, the private sector has a huge role to play in delivering smart and accessible services. If private enterprise stands behind government initiatives, Dubai will reach true smart city status very soon.

With the world becoming ever more fast-paced, we’re constantly looking for ways to make our lives that little bit easier. Paying bills and transferring money online, saves time, and effort, and often works out cheaper; plus, online payments are convenient and safe. Here are some basic dos and don’ts to consider when transacting online.

DOS
DO use strong passwords. Yes, it’s a hassle to remember them, but passwords should contain upper and lower case letters, numbers, and symbols so they’re difficult to guess.

DO change your passwords regularly, and make sure that you have different passwords for different sites. Resist the urge to have the same password across all your email accounts, bank accounts and payment gateways.

DO check your bank and credit card statements every month. Mistakes can occur on card statements, so make sure you check them against your record of online transactions.

DO check to see if there are fees for online payments. Some retailers (e.g. for concert tickets) charge a fee for online transactions. This can be avoided by choosing a different method of online payment

DO sign up for airline travel miles rewards programmes linked to your credit card, so that every time you use your card you’ll build your miles balance.

Dos Donts

DON’TS
DON’T use public computers to pay your bills. Make sure, if you’re entering a card or bank account number, that the device you are using is secure. It’s also a good idea to use a secured Internet connection, rather than a public access Wi-Fi.

DON’T forget to keep your information updated on sites you use regularly. If you’ve set up a regular standing instruction for repeat payments, an expired card can cause problems.

DON’T divulge your details on unverified sites that you’re not sure of. Being prudent online is always a good idea.

DON’T use sites that aren’t encrypting your payment. Check your browser to for an “https://” prefix in the address bar. That means all communication between your browser and the payment gateway is encrypted and safe.

Eager and curious to know if you have won? We too are!

UAE Exchange takes immense pleasure in announcing the winners. 

And the winners are...

Winner Name Mobile Number ending with Prize
Ghinwa Merheb
939

Samsung Galaxy A5 

Anas PV
348

Samsung Galaxy A3

Ruby Guevarra

516

500 AED Cash Voucher 


Congratulations to all the winners!
We extend our heartfelt gratitude and best wishes to all the participants who made this contest a huge success.

Winners are requested to send us their full name, address, contact number, email-id and a copy of identity proof to socialmedia.team@uaeexchange.com with ‘UAE National Day Contest 2016’ in the subject line.

winners of UAE National day contest

Around the World Updates

Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Moments of Celebrations, Contests and Community Outreach – An Update from the Global Network of UAE Exchange 

AUS At the Diwali Mela

UAE Exchange Australia Sponsors Boeing Musical Event
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Fun and Celebrations Galore at Hong Kong Office

Fun and Celebrations Galore at Hong Kong Office
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JOR Reaching out to the children

Jordan Team Helps Less Privileged Children
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KEN During the 36th Anniversary Celebration

Kenya Team Reaches out to the Needy Children on the International Day of Charity
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malaysia

UAE Exchange Malaysia Inspires A Real Change
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UGA Indendepence Day Celebrations at Lugogo Branch

Onam Festivities at Uganda Branch
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