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Visit of the Consul General of the Republic of Angola to the Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry

His Excellency Yousef Tahnoun, Deputy Chairman of the Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, received Mr. Bento Salazar Andre, Consul General of the Republic of Angola to the country, and Mr. Baldino Estivas, Deputy Consul General, in the presence of members of the Chamber’s Board of Directors and the Director-General of the Chamber.

His Excellency Youssef Tahnoun expressed the Chamber’s keenness to strengthen the areas of developing commercial and economic cooperation and communication mechanisms between the various business communities, in a way that contributes to strengthening economic and commercial relations in various sectors.

During the meeting, the most prominent economic and tourism potentials owned by Umm Al Quwain and the investment opportunities enjoyed by the emirate were presented, most notably in the field of industry represented by the major factories that have taken the emirate as its headquarters.

The Consul General gave a brief explanation about the Republic of Angola and the economic and investment potentials owned by the Republic, explaining the various facilities provided by the Government of Angola.

For his part, the Consul General invited the Umm Al Quwain Chamber and its members, Emirati businessmen, entrepreneurs, and investors to visit the Republic of Angola and learn directly about the many available opportunities.

Joint work between the public sector and the private sector

Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry continues its meetings with local government departments in order to unify and coordinate efforts to achieve the emirate’s vision and to enhance joint work between the Chamber and the government sector.
In this context, His Excellency Mohammed Suroor Al Naqbi, Acting Secretary-General, and His Excellency Ammar Rashid Al Aleeli, Director General of the Chamber met to enhance cooperation between the government sector and the private sector with the aim of supporting the emirate’s priorities and future directions, and activating partnership between them in order to complete development plans and keep pace with the surrounding developments and changes.
The parties also discussed the procedures for establishing businesses and ways to simplify them and the development of new mechanisms that make the emirate a business center, which will reflect positively on Umm Al Quwain’s competitiveness on the investment map.

importance of digital marketing

Dubai Entrepreneurship Academy, in cooperation with the Saud Bin Rashid Al Mualla Program for Youth Entrepreneurship, is organizing a course entitled “The Importance of Digital Marketing (Challenges and Solutions”) free of charge for entrepreneurs.

Tuesday, June 9, 2022,
Via Zoom platform, from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Workshop link: https://zoom.us/j/95096580654

Umm Al Quwain investor’s attraction

Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a coordination meeting with the Municipality Department with the aim of intensifying joint work between the two sides to ensure the building and continuity of cooperation relations with the concerned authorities and to enhance the position of Umm Al Quwain as an attractive destination for investment and investors.

This came during the meeting that brought together His Excellency Ammar Al Alili, Director General of Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and His Excellency Humaid Al Shamsi, Director General of Umm Al Quwain Municipality, which aimed to put forward and exchange views and proposals on ways to continue activating cooperation and coordination between the Department and the Chamber.

The meeting dealt with a number of topics of common interest related to the real estate sector and the importance of real estate projects in increasing the number of consumers, which is an important factor in attracting investments and economic projects, which contribute to the economic growth of the emirate. Licensing and reducing the investor’s journey time in the Emirate to provide the best services that reflect the status of the Emirate by providing the best services.

Strengthening joint work with government agencies

Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry stressed the importance of coordination and strengthening joint work with the concerned authorities working within a joint government work system, in order to enhance Umm Al Quwain’s position as an attractive destination for investment and investors and to achieve the emirate’s vision.

This came during the meeting that brought together His Excellency Ammar Al-Alili, Director-General of Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Ms. Sheikha Abdullah Al Shamsi, Deputy Director-General of the Department of Economic Development, with the aim of strengthening joint work between the two sides and discussing ways of cooperation in many projects to ensure the integration of all roles to serve the interests General of the Emirate.

the meeting dealt with a number of topics of common interest, including facilitating licensing procedures and the importance of electronic linking of all transactions in order to expedite the procedures for obtaining licenses and reduce the investor’s journey time in the Emirate to provide the best services that reflect the status of the Emirate by providing the best services.

growth of labor relations for the UAE private sector in Expo 2020 by 75%

Federation of Chambers / March 7, 2022, Expo 2020 Dubai
The directors of the country’s chambers of commerce and industry praised the positive results achieved by the UAE private sector at Expo 2020, represented by the growth of work relations (B2B) for companies and private sector institutions by 75% compared to the last three years.
This came during the first joint meeting between the General Secretariat of the Emirates Chambers and the directors of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry, which was held at the Business Communication Center at Expo 2020. In the presence of Hamid Muhammad bin Salem, Secretary-General of the Federation of Chambers, Muhammad Hilal Al Muhairi, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Chamber, Muhammad Amin Al Awadi, Director General of the Sharjah Chamber, Salem Ahmed Al Suwaidi, Director General of the Ajman Chamber, Muhammad Hassan Al Sabeb, Acting Director General of the Ras Al Khaimah Chamber, and Sultan Juleh Al-Handasi, General Director of the Chamber Fujairah, Salem Rashid Al Aleeli, Acting Director-General of Umm Al Quwain Chamber, Ateeq Faraj Juma Nassib, Senior Executive Vice President – Commercial Services at the Dubai Chamber of Commerce, and Ahmed Jama Al Qaizi, Director of the Economics Department of the Federation of Chambers.
He also called on the directors of the chambers, companies, business owners, and investors to preserve the gains achieved by the private sector after Expo 2020, through the sustainability of its communication with foreign companies and new markets that were identified during the Expo 2020 activities, and to develop future studies for them in light of the accelerating economic changes regionally and globally.

Workshop “The Role of E-Commerce in Supporting the Gains of the Gulf Common Market”

Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry invites you to participate in a workshop
The role of e-commerce in supporting the gains of the Gulf Common Market” scheduled to be held on Monday
Corresponding to February 28, 2022 in the pavilion of the General Secretariat of the Council at Expo 2020 Dubai
Therefore, we are pleased to invite you to participate in the workshop referred to above.
For more information and coordination, please contact us at

Mr. Salem bin Saeed Al-Ajili,

Director of the Gulf Common Market Department

Mobile: 00966582223362
e-mail alojaili@gccsg.org

fourth meeting for BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF UAQ CHAMBER

The Board of Directors of Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry held its fourth periodic meeting, session (2020-2023) on Monday 31-01-2022 at the Chamber’s headquarters headed by His Excellency / Khalfan Ahmed Misfer, Chairman of the Board of Directors, where the Council reviewed the work of the committees during the previous period and approved the new institutional identity The Chamber, the Chamber’s System and the Umm Al Quwain Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration System, as well as the adoption of the Chamber’s strategic plan (2022-2025) and many other topics of importance.

visit of a Turkish delegation to Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Umm Al Quwain Chamber of Commerce and Industry received at its headquarters a high-level Turkish delegation headed by Mrs. Fatima Nilgun Amrim, Chairman of the Turkish Business Council. The delegation was received by Khalfan Ahmed Misfer, Chairman and General Manager, and a number of Board members.
At the beginning of the meeting, the Chairman of the Board of Directors welcomed the attendees, stressing the Chamber’s keenness to push the areas of trade and economic cooperation between Umm Al Quwain and Turkey to advanced stages. He also welcomed the Turkish delegations wishing to visit Umm Al Quwain. The volume of trade, opening the horizons of partnerships between the business community and investors on both sides, the extent to which joint economic events can be organized, the definition of investment opportunities available to both sides, and the encouragement of Turkish businessmen to transfer their companies and factories to Umm Al Quwain, within the comprehensive strategic partnership and special relations that link the UAE and Turkey.
For her part, Mrs. Fatima Nilgun Emrem, President of the Turkish Business Council, expressed her thanks to Umm Al Quwain Chamber for the warm reception and promised that there will be a periodic visit by Turkish businessmen and investors. The Chamber to provide facilities for Turkish business owners wishing to enter into the field of investment in Umm Al Quwain, and the two parties exchanged shields and souvenirs.

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