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The Economist Businesswomen Club provides a forum for exchanging ideas and expertise through a series of regular breakfast meetings held during the course of the year.
A statement by the businesswomen said the establishment of the union aimed at unifying and coordinating efforts of the Arab and African women, as well as supporting cooperation among them.
Manal Mohammed Al Abduwani congratulated Bank Muscat for launching al Wathbah Businesswomen's Forum and said, "This is a unique initiative benefiting women entrepreneurs in Oman.
This came in a communique of the forum, which recommended the reactivation of the Businesswomen Committee that falls under the Federation of GCC Chambers of Commerce, and the importance of availing the integration between GCC countries in all technical and economic fields, as well as benefiting from challenges and setting up strategic system to encourage women to be innovative and creative in their business.
"Women have the power to create, nurture and lead in business and the wider community, as well as the family," Qatar Shell's executive vice president Wael Sawan said, adding: "Qatar Shell is proud to be able to support the empowerment of women in business through its partnership with the Qatari Businesswomen Association."
The Mena Business-women's Network (Mena BWN) Forum concluded with a roundtable discussion between some of the region's most prominent businesswomen, including several of Arabian Business's list of the 100 Most Powerful Women in the Arab World.
The seminar was organised by the Businesswomen Committee at Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry's (OCCI) branch in the Governorate of Dhofar in conjunction with Al Najah Centre for Human Development.
The Ajman Businesswomen's Council, operating under the umbrella of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry, helps women start their own businesses by helping them obtain licences with a fee exemption valid for three years.
More and more Emirati and expat businesswomen are becoming entrepreneurs in Dubai as the number of business licences issued to businesswomen jumped more than 50 per cent, official data showed.
Bahrain Businesswomen Society is a society of women business owners across almost all sectors and actively working under the leadership of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa since 2000.
The council aims to increase the rate of Emirati businesswomen and entrepreneurs to 20 percent by 2020, up from the current rate of some 12 percent.
QUETTA -- President Women Chamber of Commerce and Industries Quetta Saeeda Baloch have demanded innovation and awareness among businesswomen community in Balochistan lauded the awareness regarding Tax-Amnesty.
The five-day exhibition sponsored by Qatar Chamber offers an opportunity to learn about designs of Qatari businesswomen. On the sidelines of the expo, Qatar Chamber and Vouge Event signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU), which will see the chamber offering permanent support for the exhibition.
PESHAWAR -- Speakers at a seminar on Sunday stressed the need for provision of equal facilities and opportunities to the businesswomen to enable them to play their due role in economic growth and the country's development.
The Small and Medium Enterprise Development Authority (SMEDA), in cooperation with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), organised a networking forum for businesswomen on 31 July.