‘Women at the Top’ forum kicks off in Muscat
Muscat: The Businesswomen’s Forum, organized by the Businesswomen’s Committee at the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry this evening, reviewed the opportunities available to businesswomen in the Sultanate of Oman, and building commercial and professional relationships between businesswomen, based on the strategic directions of the Chamber and in line with the vision of “Oman.” 2040″ by improving the business environment and expanding the base for economic diversification.
The forum was held under the patronage of Her Highness Dr. Mona bint Fahd Al Said, Assistant President of Sultan Qaboos University for International Cooperation, and it also touched on the successful participations and entrepreneurial experiences of women business owners, which constitutes an incentive for women with innovative ideas to enter the field of entrepreneurship and to advance small and medium enterprises.
Dr. Areej bint Mohsen bin Haider Darwish, Member of the Board of Directors of the Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Head of the Chamber’s Businesswomen’s Committee, explained that many topics were discussed during the forum, most notably: focusing on reviewing the importance of empowering Omani women in the areas of leadership and entrepreneurship, and on the importance of inclusivity and diversity in work environments. The role of female entrepreneurs in creating equal and diverse work environments, with a focus on women’s mental health and how to manage life stresses.
She confirmed in a statement to the Oman News Agency that the Women Business Owners Committee is always keen to support and empower women by providing opportunities and providing the necessary support to develop their businesses and achieve success in all projects by overcoming all challenges and obstacles that prevent this.
Azza bint Ali Al Salmiya, a member of the Businesswomen’s Committee, said: One of the most important things that was learned during the forum was the importance of the role of Omani women in the entrepreneurship sector and working to support them in achieving success in various fields.
She pointed out that during the forum, the “Sahabaat” platform was launched, which aims to bring together the largest possible number of businesswomen in various parts of the Sultanate of Oman.
It also aims to gather commercial businesses in one place, through which the type of project can be more accurately identified, and products and services can be marketed. Provide better.
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