Sharjah Chamber of Commerce & Industry has held a meeting with heads of groups of business sectors. They discussed means for developing groups’ work and coming up with new mechanisms that would serve achieving targeted shared goals and consolidating all economic sectors in the Emirate of Sharjah to the highest standards.
H.E. Abdullah Sultan Al Owais Chairman of SCCI headed the meeting, with the attendance of H.E. Khalid Bin Butti Al Hajri Director General of the chamber, Mr. Mohammed Ahmed Amin Assistant Secretary for SCCI Director General for Communications & Business, held at the chamber’s headquarter, shedding light on the themes of the new work plan, currently underway, that aims at developing the performance of concerned groups within an ambitious and clear strategy. In addition, they reviewed recent flow of work, where opinions and suggestions regarding sectors, were shared and discussed.
Al Owais stressed the chamber’s keenness in continuous communications with representatives from the private sector for having a close look at the economic sectors in the emirate and sharing perspectives on various challenges, locally and internationally, where all potential opportunities to be spotted and invested in for boosting competitiveness. This would come through launching initiatives that would represent a driving force toward commercial and industrial sustainable development, added Al Owais, who called on business communities and groups to coordinate among each other and share ideas serving investment and achieving the economic vision of the emirate and so the United Arab Emirates.
From their side, heads of the business groups hailed SCCI’s dedicated efforts in boosting the business community in the emirate, through providing all sectors with all added-value information and services. They comprised sectors, such as real estate, industry, shopping centers, hospitality, hotel apartments and used cars. .
The meeting emphasized the need for strengthening cooperation of all sectors with the chambers through activating their role as a focal point between government entities and their counterparts for the private sector. They discussed setting a plan for field visits to the concerned parties in each group, in addition to conducting training, workshop sessions and forums that shed the light on the emirate’s various economic potentials