In a move to facilitate growth of SMEs in Qatar, Commercialbank partnered with College of North Atlantic, Qatar (CNAQ) and recently hosted a customer workshop on ‘Strategic Growth’ for its Enterprise customers at the Commercialbank Majlis Room at the Doha Golf Club.
This workshop highlighted Commercialbank’s strong commitment to comply with Qatar’s National Vision 2030, which places emphasis on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) as being the key constituent of the country’s economic future and diversification.
The workshop was successfully conducted by Peter Moore, Entrepreneurial Mentor at CNAQ who has over 20 years of coaching, mentoring and consulting experience with entrepreneurs from the private and public sectors across industries in various geographies.
The first of its series, the workshop was well attended by a select group of 28 business owners and key decision makers. It addressed opportunities and challenges for SMEs and their preparedness to sustainably grow their business with the high levels of investments in Qatar, directly arising from the 2022 FIFA World Cup and National Vision 2030 plans. Supported by Gail Gosse, Dean of Business School, CNAQ, the workshop was well received, laying the foundation for future workshops and seminars.
“Commercialbank is aware of its responsibility to the community, and that banks have a duty to facilitate growth for SMEs and provide value added advisory services, arming them with the knowledge to help them grow and succeed within their respective industries. I would like to thank the College for delivering a quality workshop on SME growth and look forward to further developing this partnership with CNAQ,” said Raju Buddhiraju, Executive General Manager of Enterprise Banking at Commercialbank.
Dr. Ken Macleod, President of CNAQ highlighted. “The workshop for the SME’s was part of CNAQ’s larger picture of working with the State toward the Qatar National Vision 2030 and the goal of diversification of the economy. Consequently, CNAQ embraces opportunities such as this one to support local companies and their existing workforce in their quest to stay competitive and on the leading edge.” Customers interested in attending future workshops can e-mail email@example.com or call +974 4449 5588.
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