Abu Dhabi Chamber

The platform enables users to interact in different languages to ask about the business environment in Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi Chamber launches ChamberGPT to support business development in the emirate


Abu Dhabi Chamber has launched its most advanced business-oriented AI chat platform ChamberGPT. Aimed at answering all business-related questions and enquiries with quick responses, the platform is poised to transform the means of providing economic and commercial information to Abu Dhabi Chamber’s members, entrepreneurs and businesses around the world.


The platform enables users to interact in different languages to ask about the business environment in Abu Dhabi, how to set up businesses in the emirate, and the necessary steps of obtaining licenses. The platform can also give answers and other information related to economic sectors and government initiatives, among others.


His Excellency Ahmed Khalifa Al Qubaisi, CEO of Abu Dhabi Chamber, said: “We are very delighted to announce this innovative initiative ChamberGPT, which will help us in our endeavour to supporting the business community in Abu Dhabi and realise our strategic goals in making Abu Dhabi the number one choice in MENA for business and talent by 2025.


“Developing ChamberGPT comes from the keenness of the Abu Dhabi Chamber to align with the fast-paced changes in the global economic scene by adopting cutting-edge technologies and a comprehensive strategy to building a knowledge-based economy on par with the most advanced economies in the world, and a one that aligns with the visions of our wise leadership and the pillars of the UAE Centennial Plan 2071.


“ChamberGPT will allow investors and entrepreneurs to access economic information about the business community in Abu Dhabi wherever they are. It is an innovative platform tailored specifically to educate investors from around the world about the business climate in Abu Dhabi, and inform about the various initiatives launched by the government to support businesses, stimulate growth, attract FDIs and, eventually, increase the number of companies operating in the emirate.”


Update On15 May 2024

 © 2024 Abu Dhabi Chamber

Cookies help us improve your website experience.
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies.