last updated on: 14 August 2015

McDonald's Middle East Development Company

Also known as: MMEDC

fast facts

Country UAE Ownership Type Foreign

Contact details

Primary address
Shangrila Office Towers
Sheikh Zayed Road
8th Floor, Office 801
Bur Dubai
  • Tel: +971 4-381-6900
  • Fax: +971 4-325-7575
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Zawya industry classifications

SECTOR (Definitions) INDUSTRY (Expand All)
  • Food and Beverages
    1. Restaurants and Cafes
      1. Fast Food and Quick Service Restaurants (Primary Industry)


  • Name availableManaging Director
  • Name availableVice President and International Relationship Partner
  • Name availableSenior Development Director
  • Name availableFinance Director
  • Name availableOperations Director
  • Name availableOperations Director
  • Name availableMarketing and Communications Director
  • Name availableZone Quality Assurance Director
  • Name availableHuman Resources Director
  • Name availableInformation technology Director
  • Name availableOffice Manager

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