DBWC committed to provide latest and modern training system: Official - GulfToday

DBWC committed to provide latest and modern training system: Official


Participants during the training session in Dubai.

The Executive Accelerator Programme, jointly launched by the Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), New Metrics, a specialized consultancy firm, and Reach Digital Works, has successfully completed the second phase of its four-stage training program. This exclusive programme, open only to DBWC members taking part in the 5th cycle of the Mentorship Program, brought together over 35 participants.

The Executive Accelerator Programme is a comprehensive training course that includes a series of interactive training workshops. It was tailored to provide particular training that addresses the specific needs of DBWC members over a period of six weeks. It also aims to provide solutions to the challenges identified by participants during the fifth cycle of the mentorship programme.

The training program has completed its first and second phases with great success and positive feedback. The two phases have focused on launching and managing projects with seven training workshops being organized as part of the program.

The remaining two phases will focus on developing projects and improving the digital and smart presence of companies.

A team of subject-matter experts and specialists, affiliated with “ New Metrics “ and its partners, as well as “ Reach Digital Works” is managing the entire training program, which will come to an end in mid-February.

Nadine Halabi, Business Development Manager at DBWC, stated that the Executive Accelerator Programme is an innovative solution that will help participants overcome challenges in the labor market and bridge the gap between their current skills and the skills required by the job market. Halabi highlighted that the program is designed to provide participants with the essential knowledge and expertise they need to better understand the market, plan their projects, develop their skills, and grow their businesses.

“The council is committed to providing cutting-edge, modern training programs in line with the government’s strategic goals and the evolving needs of the business world,” said Halabi, adding that through the current advanced training program, the council looks forward to enhancing the abilities, expertise, and competitiveness of its members, as well as supporting women entrepreneurs in their professional pursuits.

The training covers a variety of topics, such as identifying the target audience and acquiring new clients, planning a customer journey to achieve the desired impact, generating ideas, and creating and growing a business.

It also focuses on maximizing financial resources and obtaining high revenues at a low cost, as well as marketing strategies, negotiation and persuasion techniques, and creating positive customer experiences.

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