The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) organized, in collaboration with the Ministry of Economy, a seminar under the slogan "Women on the Zayed Approach" to celebrate the women's day in the United Arab Emirates, August 28th of each year.
According to the UAE secretary of the Ministry of Economy, Mohammed Ahmed Bin Abdul Aziz Al Shehhi, the Businesswomen Council plays an important role in revitalizing economic life in the UAE. The number of Emirati business women is about 23,000 who carry out projects valued at more than $ 13.6 billion and 15% occupied Administration of chambers of commerce and industry in the state.
Al-Shehhi said in a statement quoted by the official UAE news agency that women in the UAE currently have high representation in the government Women account for 66% of the workforce in the public sector, 30% of them in leadership positions for taking decisions.
He pointed out that these indicators reflect the position women take in the UAE and that they are an important partner in the development and development of society and that their efficiency in various fields has had a significant impact on improving the position of the EU. State with many indicators of global competitiveness. And offer equal opportunities for women and men in different areas of public and private employment.
Hamad Buamim, Director General of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said the UAE leadership continues to support women by adopting legislation and initiatives that support their progress and enhance their contribution to the performance of the local economy.
He explained that Emirati women now constitute more than a third of the staff of the Dubai Chamber and make an important contribution to achieving the goals of the House to serve the business community and to improve its competitive position in international markets.
Dr. Raja Al Gurg, chairman of the Dubai Businesswomen Council, said the establishment of the Council has created an umbrella for businesswomen to develop and develop their businesses and to contribute to boosting the empowerment of women and providing all facilities and services that increase the contribution of women and businesswomen in society. Al Gurg expects that the number of members of the Dubai Businesswomen Council will increase to 1,000 by the end of this year.
The seminar was held in the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) in the presence of the leading female leaders of the UAE, who have reviewed their leading business experiences
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