ACCI’s Board of Directors during the third meeting of 2020.
Business Bureau, Gulf Today
AJMAN: Abdullah Al Muwaiji, Chairman of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), chaired the third meeting of the Board of Directors (BoD) for 2020, to review work developments and the major projects being implemented by the Chamber.
Held at the Ajman Businesswomen Council’s new building in Al Jarf area, the meeting was attended by Hamad Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi and Salem Bin Ahmed Al Nuaimi, Vice Chairmen and Members of the Board of Directors, and Salem Al Suwaidi, Director General of the Ajman Chamber.
At the beginning of the meeting, Al Muwaiji praised the directives of the wise leadership to provide economic support for the business community embodied in economic incentives to ensure business growth and sustainability in the emirate. He also stressed the Chamber’s keenness to provide services and initiatives that meet the aspirations of its members.
The meeting reviewed and approved the minutes of the previous meeting, followed by reviewing and approving minutes of the second and third Human Resources Committee’s meeting for 2020. The attendees also reviewed the Chamber’s financial position from early this year until the end of August.
A report on the Ajman Businesswomen Council’s building and its economic feasibility was also reviewed. The new building will provide a sustainable platform for business leaders and women entrepreneurs. It includes 64 stores along with a number of fully equipped rooms for meetings, conferences and training courses. The building also provides 164 offices for companies and training centers. The attendees were further briefed on a report about the developments of the Ajman Chamber’s communication plan to stimulate the members to benefit from the incentive packages and exemptions directed by the wise leadership, and to review their views and feedback about the incentive packages.
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