The Dubai Chamber has launched the Business Sector Platform, offering an innovative suite of premium services designed specifically to meet the needs of business groups and business councils.
Led by Faisal Juma Balhoul, Deputy Chairman of Dubai Chamber, Mohammad Ali Rashed Lootah, President and CEO of Dubai Chamber, led over 200 heads and members of business groups and business committees in attendance this press conference.
The platform was created to keep pace with the changing needs and needs of business groups and councils, enhance their competitiveness and ability to achieve strategic goals, and support Dubai’s digital transformation agenda.
extremely important role
Belhoul said: “Business groups and business councils play a vital role in the growth and competitiveness of the Dubai economy. Our new services provide the basis for increasing the efficiency and impact of business groups and business councils.”
Belhoul noted that the new digital platform will have a positive impact on the activities of business groups and business councils. “In addition to our efforts to increase the number of these groups and councils, we continue our efforts to roll out initiatives aimed at improving the ease of doing business and improving the business environment in Dubai.”
The platform will allow business groups and business councils to electronically add their comments and recommendations to legislation, laws, policies and regulations, thereby strengthening strategic partnerships between the public and private sectors and improving their two-way communication.
The platform provides a comprehensive and integrated set of professional services that are critical to business groups and business councils. The platform will help save time and effort, and enhance communication between the Chamber and the private sector, thereby strengthening the Chamber’s role as a representative of the business community.
The platform features a library of all laws and regulations relevant to businesses, and users have the option to provide feedback on laws and policies, as well as electronic licensing and renewal services.
It will have a comprehensive toolkit including handbooks and guidelines to advise business groups and business councils on best practices and tools to effectively set up and manage business groups or business councils.
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Business groups and business councils can book any venue or meeting room within the Dubai Chamber grounds online free of charge. In addition, it has cloud-based services, including 40 enterprise-grade online solutions designed to simplify CRM, sales, membership, finance, operations and marketing solutions. Business groups and business councils can utilize these services to run and grow their entire businesses on the cloud.
Includes dedicated training programs designed to help business groups and business committees improve processes and stay abreast of the latest industry trends.
These programs cover different topics that are critical to support the efforts of business groups and business councils, such as the Digital Presence Programme. The plan focuses on building the digital presence of the business group/commercial council, while the advocacy plan sets out how they can communicate effectively. Other programs include topics such as membership, data analytics and business group techniques, and international best practice.
In addition to an in-depth discussion of the business sector platform, Maha Al Gargawi, Executive Director of Business Communications, Dubai Chamber, introduced the new Business Communications Unit. The division advises and supports the private sector by streamlining and scaling up advocacy efforts to focus public-private partnerships on creating practical solutions that drive business growth and economic competitiveness. — trade arab news agency