Abu Dhabi, Emirates: The Abu Dhabi Businesswomen’s Council of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted the Abu Dhabi Residents Office’s open day event, through an introductory session on the office’s services and initiatives, specifically the golden residency program in Abu Dhabi.
The event was attended by a group of members of the Abu Dhabi Businesswomen Council and representatives of their companies, businesses, and business leaders in Abu Dhabi. Opening the space for dialogue and discussion for attendance, asking questions and answers, and networking meetings.
The event was attended by Sheikha Nasser Al Nowais, member of the Executive Board of the Abu Dhabi Businesswomen Council, Marwa Al Mansouri, member of the Board of Directors of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, member of the Executive Board of the Abu Dhabi Business Women Council, and Hareb Al Muhairi, Executive Director of the Abu Dhabi Residents Office.
Sheikha Al Nowais confirmed that the objectives of the open day event, organized by the Abu Dhabi Office for Residents, support the vision of the Abu Dhabi Businesswomen Council, which aims to enhance joint action in order to lead the development of the role of women in business and enable them to be a major partner in the comprehensive development of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. She added that the Council plays a major role in enabling female entrepreneurs to contribute to the sustainable economic growth of the United Arab Emirates. It strives to increase opportunities for business women to advance in the labor market and to enhance productivity and quality.
Al Nowais indicated that to achieve this, workshops, events, and training and development courses must be constantly organized to educate women entrepreneurs about the main entities, services, and opportunities that support them in achieving their business goals. Noting that the open day event comes as part of the Council’s activities and initiatives that contribute to enhancing the role of businesswomen in the private sector in Abu Dhabi and also to shed light on the nature of the business environment in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, which has become a leading destination for stability and residence in it, establishing business, building a bright future and participating in advancing The economic growth of the Emirate, as the Emirate, which acts as a link between the eastern and western markets, provides advanced infrastructure and regulatory, legislative and logistical capabilities that support the export of products to new markets. The Emirate of Abu Dhabi ranked first regionally and 12th globally in the ease of doing business, according to a recent report.
The role of the Abu Dhabi Residents Office is to attract the best international talents to the Emirate through its initiatives and services concerned with the quality of life of residents, such as the loyalty program, long-term residency, guides and other programs and events, in order to provide new knowledge and information to the members of the Abu Dhabi Businesswomen Council about the services provided by the office. .--
For his part, His Excellency Hareb Al Muhairi, Executive Director of the Abu Dhabi Residents Office, stressed the need to highlight the Emirate of Abu Dhabi as a preferred global destination for talents to live, work, achieve ambitions and enjoy a high quality of life at all levels. As the emirate managed to establish its position as a leading destination, it was classified as one of the safest cities in the world and the most livable city in the Middle East and North Africa region, according to a group of recent studies. His Excellency briefed the audience on the efforts of the Abu Dhabi Residents Office aimed at supporting a thriving community, and its continuous endeavor to attract and retain the best talents in Abu Dhabi and enhance their sense of belonging, in a way that contributes to accelerating the comprehensive economic development in the emirate.-
His Excellency also shed light on the most prominent initiatives launched by the office since its establishment in less than a year, such as the “Residents Council” initiative, which promotes effective communication on a large scale with residents, and through which regular meetings are held to discuss relevant issues of concern to the resident. Communicating the opinions and ideas of residents to the concerned authorities.
The Abu Dhabi Residents Office works continuously to promote prosperous and sustainable livelihoods in the emirate by launching programs and initiatives and providing various services, in addition to conducting studies and actively participating in local and international community activities. Since its inception, the office has succeeded in establishing strategic partnerships with more than 30 entities from various sectors and communicating with more than 8 million talented people from different countries of the world through various visual media.
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