SHARJAH, 15th March, 2023 (WAM) – The Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry organised a meeting with the affiliates of Tijara 101, the Small and Medium Enterprises Center, which is one of the Chamber’s most significant initiatives. Tijara 101 was launched to support young entrepreneurs and encourage them to participate in the business and economic landscape.
The meeting was attended by Mohammad Ahmed Amin Al Awadi, Director-General of Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI), as well as Ibrahim Rashid Al Jarwan, Director of SCCI’s Economic Relations Department, and Mona Omran Ali, Director of Tijarah 101 Center.
During the meeting, the chamber discussed the latest developments related to affiliates’ projects and explored ways to overcome any challenges they may be facing. It also reviewed the services provided to them and discussed opportunities for affiliates to participate in the Chamber’s events, trade missions, and exhibitions that are relevant to their business activities. The Sharjah Chamber and Tijara 101 affiliates also explored ways to collaborate and benefit from the SCCI services to further support their projects.
Welcoming the affiliates of Tijarah 101, Al Awadi emphasised that this meeting reflects the Chamber’s commitment to maintaining close communication with them and extending continuous support.
He further underscored the importance of the center’s affiliates in contributing to the strategic initiatives of the Emirate of Sharjah and enhancing its reputation as a key hub for innovative businesses.
Additionally, Al Awadi highlighted the Chamber’s relentless efforts to create a supportive environment for the affiliates by integrating all its sectors and providing the requisite infrastructure to facilitate the implementation of cutting-edge projects, enhance their capabilities, and address any challenges they may encounter. He added that the Chamber will spare no effort to empower young entrepreneurs passionate about building regional and global brands.
Al Awadi lauded the pivotal role played by Tijarah 101; a critical initiative launched by the Sharjah Chamber that receives undivided attention. He spoke highly of the Chamber’s steadfast commitment to supporting and encouraging entrepreneurs to establish and expand their businesses by offering commercial offices to the affiliates to help launch their ventures.
Al Awadi also urged the centre’s affiliates to take advantage of the services provided by Expo Centre Sharjah and participate in the events it organizes, in addition to those hosted by the Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Centre (Tahkeem). Furthermore, he emphasized the Chamber’s numerous privileges granted to the affiliates, serving as a vital incentive to facilitate the growth and development of their businesses.
At the end of the meeting, the centre’s affiliates expressed their gratitude and appreciation for the pivotal role played by the Chamber in extending their support and assistance, allowing them to establish their projects successfully. They stressed that Tijarah 101 Center served as an ideal platform to launch their entrepreneurial aspirations, acting as a prominent business incubator that furnished them with invaluable guidance and counsel to navigate their path towards success.