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Al-Ahmadani, third right, presenting al-Kayalani with a memento at QC headquarters as other businesswomen look on.
The two sides held a meeting during which they discussed promising business opportunities, as well as the proper working environment and facilities provided to businesswomen in the emirate of Sharjah and the UAE.
Despite this, Fatima Al-Selwi, the businesswomen office director at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Sana'a's Capital Secretariat, is optimistic things are changing.
More than 300 prominent businesswomen and men from the Gulf, Middle East and North Africa region, and the world are expected to come together for the Second Gulf Businesswomen Forum starting at 11am at the Sheraton Bahrain Hotel.
Other than re-electing its president and its 24 members, the meeting also elected some of prominent businesswomen in the Arab world as honorary members for their supporting role to other businesswomen.
The OCCI has allocated a special committee called the Businesswomen Committee whose role is to provide all support possible so help the women make their presence felt in the private sector.
Manama, June 29 (BNA): The Businesswomen committee of Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) headed by board member and committee head Afnan Al-Zayani held its regular meeting at the BCCI's headquarters.
Mena BWN is a network of successful Arab businesswomen that seeks to bring more businesswomen and entrepreneurs to the forefront of social and economic development in the region.
The objective of the programme is to empower businesswomen in the Mena region by building capacities of the organisations that serve them and by establishing a region-wide hub network.
The seminar for businesswomen, titled Recognition to Empowerment, stressed on economic development of women and the society as a whole.
She said she expected that other businesswomen would follow suit.
The core team is already attracting attention from other businesswomen who have found common ground in WISE's concerns and its goals to address them.
22 -- (BNA): The Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI)'s Chairman Khalid Abdulrahman Al-Moayyed invited all Bahrainis traders, businessmen and businesswomen to effectively participate at the second Gulf Businesswomen's Forum under the slogan "Bridges of Cooperation and Openness" .
Earlier this week, the Economist Businesswomen Club announced the beginning of the process to look for the best businesswoman to carry the auspicious title.
The Qatar International Businesswomen Forum (QIBF) opens tomorrow (15 October) for the third time with the two-day event aiming to build on the successes of the 2010 and 2011 forums.