Saturday, October 17, 2020 – 11:28 am
ABU DHABI, 17th October, 2019 (WAM) – The “Chamber Talk” program launched by the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry in early June as an initiative to support the private sector in overcoming the negative effects of the “Covid 19” pandemic has witnessed the organization of 23 virtual online dialogue sessions over a period of 13 weeks.
The program – which was recently concluded – brought together the private sector companies and representatives of the major global expertise houses in the economic field and the business sector around the world, namely KPMG, EY, Deloitte and RicewaterhouseCoopers in addition to well-known consulting firms such as Gartner, Salloum and his partners, under one roof in An interactive interactive platform to present 23 specialized webinars aimed at providing knowledge and awareness to face challenges and reach innovative solutions on the best ways to deal during the “Covid 19” crisis.
The dialogue sessions covered multiple topics, including the application of best practices in various processes within the organization, digital transformation, legal frameworks, innovative financial solutions, discussions about specific economic sectors and the return to work in general in the context of the effects of the pandemic.
The sessions aimed to spread awareness and transfer knowledge on how to face the unexpected challenges resulting from the pandemic and to provide innovative solutions in the short, medium and long terms for the three different stages in dealing with the epidemic, namely rapid response, recovery and recovery.
His Excellency Mohammed Hilal Al Muhairi, Director General of the Chamber, stressed the importance of the “Chamber Talk” program, which made a qualitative leap in the concept of communication, as it is an ideal platform full of many important economic topics that have received attention and follow-up by a large segment of the business community in the UAE and abroad.
He pointed out that the “Chamber’s Talk” program hosted 39 lecturers from partners and senior employees in prestigious companies, through which they presented their experience and vision of best international practices for ways to deal with the effects of the Corona pandemic, noting that the program attracted more than 4,500 representatives of private sector companies from 39 cities. In 29 countries around the world.
The participants appreciated the Abu Dhabi Chamber initiative, which played a pivotal role in helping the private sector to deal with the effects left by the epidemic, as well as how to exploit the opportunities that resulted from the new normal, stressing that the “room talk” initiative was an opportunity to create an interactive platform for sharing ideas and cooperation towards facing challenges other than Projected due to the “Covid 19” pandemic and provide innovative solutions.
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WAM / Ahmed Al-Boutly