ASCELA becomes member of Dubai Chamber of Commerce

25 November 2023 2 min. read

Consulting firm ASCELA has become a member of the Dubai Chamber, joining thousands of other private sector entities that play a driving role in Dubai’s vibrant business community.

Established in 1965, the Dubai Chamber is a non-profit organization with the stated purpose of supporting the continued growth and professionalism of the business community in Dubai. The chamber also promotes Dubai as an international business hub on the global stage.

Two years ago, Dubai Chamber was restructured into three chambers, namely, Dubai International Chamber, Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, and Dubai Chamber of Commerce – with ASCELA now admitted into the network of the latter chamber.

ASCELA becomes member of Dubai Chamber of Commerce

Established in 2018, ASCELA is a management consulting firm focused on strategic, organisational, and financial matters, specialising in the infrastructure, transportation, sports, and logistics sectors. The company has a team of around 50 consultants and staff, part of which is based in its New Delhi office.

“We’re proud to become a member of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce,” said Nivesh Chaudhary, Managing Director of ASCELA. “This landmark affiliation underscores our commitment to promoting excellence, innovation, and collaboration within the business community in the United Arab Emirates.”

In particular, ASCELA will focus on adding value to players in the logistics landscape – one of the key areas of focus for the consulting firm. “We have been delivering business advisory for logistics and supply chain functions since our inception, and have a proven track record in the field, with a key focus on market, strategic, and policy advisory.”

“This membership serves as a gateway to collaborative opportunities, allowing ASCELA to engage with industry leaders, businesses, and stakeholders in pursuing shared goals and advancements. We aim to introduce and champion innovative solutions that will enhance business efficiency and contribute to the overall growth of logistics capabilities in the nation,” Chaudhary concluded.