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CBS Participation in Dubai Entrepreneurship & SME Development Event

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A well-attended Dubai Entrepreneurship & SME Development event took place on October 22nd, 2012 at the Address Hotel, Dubai Mall and organized by the British Business Group (BBG) in cooperation with Corporate Business Services (CBS) and Dubai SME - a government agency under the Department of Economic Development (DED).


The speakers - Mr. Ayman Al Awadhi, Managing Director of CBS, Mr. Alexandar Mathew Williams, the Director of Strategy and Policy at Dubai SME and Dr. Sassan Dieter Khatib-Shahidi, CEO & Executive Director German Imaging Technologies presented to the audience the support provided by Dubai government, Dubai SME programs and initiatives to assist SME owners, information on the reality of setting up business in Dubai and company sponsorship and employment issues.

CBS aim is to build bridges between various business communities and the government authorities in U.A.E. as all investors starting businesses in this country are keen to receive information on the support means provided by the government in order to prosper in a sustainable way.

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