Dubai Business Women Council will continue to promote women's involvement in city's economic system

Dubai Business Women Council will continue to promote women's involvement in city's economic system

The Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), has held its first periodic board meeting for 2023, chaired by Dr. Raja Easa Saleh Al Gurg, Founder and President of DBWC, alongside board members of the council.

Held at the Council's headquarters in Dubai Chambers, the meeting discussed the main priorities for the current year and how to address the needs and requirements of the Council members in Dubai's business environment.

The Council also affirmed its commitment to promoting women's involvement in the holistic economic system of the Emirate of Dubai. To accomplish this objective, the Council will provide women with essential support, resources, and opportunities, empowering them to engage in contemporary local and international business landscapes, as well as discover new frontiers in commerce and investment.

This will also bolster their competitiveness in labour markets on local, regional, and global scales, aligning with the nation's ambitious objectives. Ultimately, these efforts will help realise the UAE Centennial Plan 2071.

Lauding the wise leadership’s support, the council acknowledged that this support is the driving force behind its ongoing expansion, enhanced performance, and broadening network of connections.

This support empowers the Council to cater to its members' needs, inspire and stimulate women to reach prominent roles and attain success, distinction, and leadership in finance and business.

During the meeting, members discussed the execution strategies for projects scheduled for the upcoming six months to further assist and nurture businesswomen and entrepreneurs in the emirate.

The Council stressed that it will continue to foster investment in women’s capabilities, leadership, and interpersonal skills, while also capitalising on the programmes, services, and initiatives rolled out throughout the year to boost their competitiveness and capacity for growth in the business domain.

News Source: Emirates News Agency

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