Sharakah moves office to Business Tower at Muscat Hills to offer enhanced customer service

Muscat: Sharakah, Oman’s leading SME development organisation, has announced that it is moving its office to its own premises in the Business Tower building at Muscat Hills, Airport Heights. The relocation is part of the organisation’s strategic plan to expand its services and offer convenient and enhanced customer experience.

The new office is conveniently located in the heart of the capital, providing easy access for Sharakah’s customers from both the Expressway and the Sultan Qaboos Highway. The organisation welcomes all customers, established and potential SMEs personally at its new location as well as through social media channels, emails, and phone calls.

This modern structure not only showcases environmentally conscious values but also presents an exciting opportunity to service clients in a modern and innovative workspace. The new space boasts a contemporary design that fosters a vibrant and comfortable work atmosphere, enabling Sharakah employees to thrive and deliver exceptional results. It has ample parking space in and around the building.

Commenting on the move, Mr. Ali Ahmed Muqaibal Sharakah’s Chief Executive Officer said, “As our organisation looks to the future, we wanted an office space that mirrors our commitment to entrepreneurship, service, innovation, and growth. The new premises is an ideal match for our requirements and embodies our mission to bolster the expansion of SMEs in Oman. Strategically located at a bustling and dynamic upcoming economic hub, it offers greater accessibility and convenience to our clients. In addition, the office’s design and layout boast comfortable and inviting spaces that facilitate fruitful discussions, brainstorming sessions, consultations, and other collaborative efforts.”

The move to the new space is in line with Sharakah’s commitment to providing the best possible experience to its customers. With the new office location, the organisation is poised to enhance its operations and improve customer experience.

Sharakah was established in 1998 with the aim of developing the entrepreneurial sector in Oman, and it provides a variety of services to aspiring entrepreneurs, starting from the planning stage of the project until reaching its desired goals.

Sharakah has been contributing considerably to the development and preservation of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the Sultanate of Oman and mobilizing public and private sector support to help young and aspiring entrepreneurs in Oman grow into successful business leaders.

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