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Council adopts new strategy to strengthen and increase pioneering role of women in Abu Dhabi’s business sector: Asma Al Fahim



The task of the new government is to help women entrepreneurs hone their skills;  acquaint them with applicable laws and practices;  and help them learn how to benefit from local and federal government initiatives and incentives to name just a few.

The task of the new government is to help women entrepreneurs hone their skills; acquaint them with applicable laws and practices; and help them learn how to benefit from local and federal government initiatives and incentives to name just a few.

Published: Sun 2 October 2022, at 5.45 pm

In an effort to support Abu Dhabi’s businesswomen and entrepreneurs and help them increase their participation in the economic development process of the emirate, the board of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry has re-appointed a new board of directors for Abu Dhabi. Businesswomen Council (ADBWC).

The task of the new government is to help women entrepreneurs hone their skills; acquaint them with applicable laws and practices; and help them learn how to benefit from local and federal government initiatives and incentives to name just a few.

Chaired by Asma Al Fahim, ADBWC’s membership included board members from the Abu Dhabi Chamber as well as successful businesswomen from Abu Dhabi, including Nour Al Tamimi, Dr Khadija Al Ameri, Marwa Al Mansouri and Sheikha Al Nuwais.

“Over the past 50 years, the UAE has made women’s empowerment one of its top priorities and supported the Emirati woman as a key partner in building the UAE,” said Chairman Al Fahim, commenting on the new formation of the ADBWC.

He said that the support of Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak, Chairperson of the General Women’s Union, Chairperson of the Supreme Council of Motherhood and Childhood, Supreme Chairperson of the Family Development Foundation and Honorary Chairperson of ADBWC played a huge role in the development of women in all fields, especially entrepreneurship. “Thanks to Her Highness Sheikha Fatima, the Emirati woman is now equipped with all the ingredients for success to occupy her rightful place regionally and internationally.”

Al Fahim noted that the ADBWC wants to increase communication with businesswomen in Abu Dhabi to keep them abreast of the latest economic developments, noting that the council is launching new initiatives and programs to support the business environment and equip women entrepreneurs with the necessary tools to take advantage of all business opportunities at the local, regional and in the international market.

– muzaffarrizvi@khaleejtimes.com



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