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‘Taziz’ discusses strategy to face crises


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Sohaila Ahmed, Staff Reporter

DED’s Taziz Program organized a training course titled “Flexible Strategy in the face of Crises” for its affiliated SME owners in emirate of Ajman.

The course will be delivered tomorrow, Monday April 20, from 4:30pm to 6pm through Microsoft Teams platform, in collaboration with the National Programme for Small and Medium Enterprises and Projects and Dubai Entrepreneurship Academy.

The training course will address how to enhance the work performance and the implementation of appropriate strategies for conducting businesses through using a flexible strategic framework, and measure the willingness of business strategies developed to meet current and future challenges. The course will also inform the participants about how to prepare their future strategy.

The department invites the Taziz program members to communicate with the call center at phone number 80070 in case of inquiries or to register for the course.

It also invites the owners of enterprises and projects from the national cadres in the Emirate who wish to register in Taziz program to communicate with the SME Development Department via e-mail SME.Adviser@AjmanDED.ae

Separately, the Ras Al Khaimah Economic Zones (RAKEZ) has announced completion of medical examination of more than 10,000 workers in various establishments, facilities and residences of workers of the industrial areas affiliated to it, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHP) and the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE). The move comes within the preventive and precautionary measures taken by the country to curb the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Rami Gallad, CEO of RAKEZ Group, stressed importance of the joint cooperation with the MoHP and MoHRE in conducting medical examinations, which has begun since the last week of March, to reinforce RAKEZ’s commitment to continue medical screening. The examinations would continue to reach 20,000 workers this May, he added.

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