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Best small businesses in the UAE

By Adriana Labaki, Staff Reporter, The Pawprint

  1. The Little Majlis

Dubai is a city that never stops shining, and neither do its small businesses. With a thriving economy and a diverse business landscape, Dubai has become a hub for entrepreneurs looking to make their mark. From new study cafes to clothing brands, the city is full of hidden gems  just waiting to be discovered. In this article, we’ll shine a light on some of the best small businesses in Dubai, showcasing their innovative products and services, and what makes them stand out in a city known for its high standards. So, whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, or just curious about the businesses making waves in the city, strap in for a ride through the dazzling world of Dubai’s top small businesses!

The Little Majlis is the perfect destination for those seeking unique and beautifully crafted gifts and home decor. With a focus on local artisans and artists, this charming shop offers a wide range of handcrafted items that are sure to delight and inspire. From one of a kind jewelry and pottery, to hand stitched textiles and original paintings, there is something for everyone at The Little Majlis. Whether you’re looking for a special gift for a loved one or simply want to add a touch of personality to your own home, you’ll find it here. Visit The Little Majlis today and take home a piece of Dubai’s rich cultural heritage.

  1. The Camel Company

The Camel Company is more than just a  business, it’s a cultural experience. As a supplier of camel milk products, this sustainable small business offers a unique range of  locally produced products made from camel milk, a custom in Emarati culture. From fresh camel milk cheese and ice cream, you’ll find a delicious and healthy selection of products to enjoy. All with a commitment to educating the public about the importance of camels in Arab culture. The Camel Company also offers workshops and tours that allow visitors to learn about these fascinating animals and their role in the region’s history and traditions. 

  1. Bait Al Banat

Bait Al Banat is a small brand run by Emarati women that celebrates the rich cultural heritage of the UAE. This brand provides a platform for local women to showcase their skills and preserve the country’s cultural traditions. From intricate embroidery and beautiful weaving, to unique dyeing techniques and hand stitched textiles, the handmade products available at Bait Al Banat are truly a work of art. By supporting Bait Al Banat, you are not only purchasing a one of a kind product, but also supporting the empowerment and growth of local women. Whether you’re looking for a special gift or simply want to add a touch of Emirati culture to your home, a visit to Bait Al Banat is a must.

  1. The Weave 

In Dubai, the place to go for fashion conscious shoppers is The Weave. This store offers fashionable, cozy, and environmentally friendly clothing with a focus on sustainably and ethically created clothes and accessories. You can embrace the local culture and dress in a sustainable way while supporting a small business. You can discover something at The Weave to fit your taste and style, from casual everyday wear to exquisite evening dress. Each item in the store is special and has a unique narrative because the owners are dedicated to helping regional craftsmen and small businesses. The Weave is the ideal location to buy, whether you’re seeking for a statement piece or simply want to update your wardrobe.

  1. Oudhium

Looking for a unique and luxurious scent to add to your home or to gift to a loved one? Look no further than Oudhium in Dubai! This handmade perfume and scented candle store offers a variety of glamorous scents made from the finest ingredients. From traditional oud to modern floral notes, there’s something for everyone at Oudhium. The products are beautifully packaged, making them perfect for gift giving. And the best part? You can trust that every purchase supports a small, local business. So why not treat yourself, and your senses to a visit to Oudhium today?

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