DBWC to meet this week

DUBAI - Dubai women entrepreneurs, represented by the newly-established Dubai Businesswomen's Council (DBWC) under the direct supervision of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI), will meet on April 30 at 5 pm at the DCCI headquarters to discuss ways of strengthening their involvement in Dubai's economic set up.



By A Staff Reporter

Published: Mon 28 Apr 2003, 1:02 PM

Last updated: Wed 1 Apr 2015, 7:45 PM

The DBWC's Executive Committee, headed by Raja Easa Al Gurg, will extend its membership to all businesswomen in the emirate - UAE Nationals and expatriates - to secure higher levels of participation and involvement. The decision to devise an independent body to better represent businesswomen in Dubai was taken by the DCCI under the guidance of General Shaikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and UAE Minister of Defence.

Ahmed Al Banna, Deputy Director General of the DCCI, said: "In line with its new business strategy, the DCCI is constantly working to find new and effective methods to better represent the various sectors of the emirate's economy. We want businesswomen in Dubai to assume a more active role. Through this council, women business owners will enjoy an opportunity to articulate their concerns, find solutions to common problems, and enhance their working environment."

Raja Easa Al Gurg, Chairwoman of the DBWC's Executive Committee, said: "This valuable initiative of DCCI will not only increase the levels of women's involvement in the society, but also highlight the numerous success stories that are out there."

She called upon all businesswomen in Dubai to join the council, as it will provide them with the right platform to exchange views, share opinions, and make themselves heard.


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