Remote training course for SME owners in Ajman Taziz Program organizes a Course on Business Development during Crises


DED’s Taziz Program organizes a training course titled “Business Development during Crises” for its Affiliated SME owners in emirate of Ajman. The course will be delivered on Wednesday April 15th, 2020 from 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM through Microsoft Teams platform, in collaboration with the National Program for Small and Medium Enterprises and Projects and Dubai Entrepreneurship Academy. The course will address coronavirus pandemic and business, successful entrepreneur skills and project development factors during crises and will help entrepreneurs to overcome the challenges they face.

Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser Al Nuaimi, Director of Planning & Business Development Department said: “we are aware and conscious of challenges faced by SMEs during coronavirus crisis facing the world, and we strive to support entrepreneurs to overcome this crisis and any other crises successfully and to upgrade their projects to higher levels. We rely on to organize these training courses with subject matter experts and made them available at no cost to train them and sharpen their skills and ensure a successful business continuity. We also provide them with advice and guidance through different channels to sensitize them on how to manage their business during a crisis”.

For her part, Aisha Kajoor, Manager of Division of Development of Small and Medium Projects said: “we invite Taziz Program members wishing to register for “Business Development during Crises” Course delivered by Dr. Abdulla Al Awadhi, Financial Expert and Entrepreneurship Advisor or those who have any inquiries to contact the Call Center on 80070”. “We are also pleased to announce the activation of remote consultancy service throughout the day for members who have any inquiries or need advice in respect of their enterprises or projects. We receive requests through email”, she added.