Mrs. Ibtihaj Al-Ahmadani, member of the Board of Directors of Qatar Chamber and Chair of the Qatari Businesswomen Forum, commended the pioneering experience of the Education Above All Foundation, as an umbrella organization for many programs specialized in providing educational opportunities for communities suffering from poverty or marginalization, expressing her thanks and appreciation to Her Highness Sheikha Moza Bint Nasser for this humanitarian initiative. Al-Ahmadani spoke, in her speech before the Fifth Forum of Gulf Businesswomen 2023 and the accompanying exhibition, which was held in the Saudi city of Jeddah, about the role of Gulf businesswomen in planning and economic development and its sustainability, and she said: "From the challenges of the age of diving and from the developments of the age of technology.. Qatari women were inspired by their start". She added that Gulf women – with the onset of the new millennium – began to take their first steps towards consolidating their position, proving themselves, and contributing to the development of society in a real way that heralds that the future for Gulf women will be better, especially since women’s view of their role began to go beyond the scope of the small family to include society. the ocean, and even extended to include humanity in its broadest sense. Mrs. Ibtihaj Al-Ahmadani explained that the continuation of Gulf women in their pursuit of empowerment must be based on several foundations and elements of science, which is the primary force supporting them towards achieving their goals. Qatari businesswoman Noura Al-Ansari also spoke about cooperation between Gulf businesswomen at the Gulf level, and the launch of joint initiatives. Al-Ansari pointed out the importance of the contribution of women entrepreneurs to creating an economic and stimulating society, by focusing on permanent innovation of various goods and services, because we live in a rapidly changing market, and it needs to keep pace with this change, stressing the importance of the role of women entrepreneurs in encouraging young people to establish the idea of commerce. Creating opportunities for them to educate and teach them how to start a project in scientifically correct ways, and encourage the community to trust entrepreneurs in creating goods and services that meet their needs with high standards. She also pointed out the role of initiatives in influencing the quality of business, stressing the importance of establishing an integrated platform that brings together Gulf women entrepreneurs to search for opportunities for cooperation and benefit from various experiences, and to assist government agencies and the Chamber of Industry and Commerce in facilitating procedures, such as customs procedures, the Ministry of Commerce, and other responsible agencies. And adopting young women entrepreneurs, educating them and training them on the scientific and practical foundations of starting a new business project, and supporting training and development programs in schools.
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