The Director General of the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Hamad Buamim, said that the private sector has become more optimistic about the future, stressing that Dubai is a city that does not sleep despite all the challenges.
He added in a message to Dubai Chamber employees yesterday, that what we are witnessing today is a partial reopening, and the start of pumping life into the arteries of the economy, evidence of our strong will in confronting and defeating the global corona virus (Covid-19).
Health and Economy
Bouamim pointed out that while we are closely monitoring the developments and developments related to the spread and spread of «Covid-19», we have become more optimistic about the future that lies ahead, stressing that health and the economy are two basic pillars of resilience in the face of this great challenge.
Abu Amim stressed that Dubai proves that the health of its citizens and residents is an indispensable priority, and actions confirm the validity of this, so do not let the authorities down towards the health and safety of everyone.
He added that ensuring business continuity and supporting the economy and its vital sectors has become the title of an honorable stage in the present and future of Dubai, because we know well how to turn challenges into opportunities, pointing to the world’s celebration of finally the International Day of Workers, a day that the UAE attaches great importance in appreciation of the role That workers play in developing the economy.
He continued: «This year’s celebration coincides with our commitment in the (Dubai Chamber) to work to help construction and real estate projects workers in the emirate, in a qualitative initiative under the umbrella of the Social Solidarity Fund, to provide all humanitarian support to facilitate the return of those who have completed their work from the workers to his country», pointing out that This reflects the absolute belief in relieving workers and providing them with all facilities, in the midst of these exceptional circumstances, based on human and national values, and our vision to support the private sector in its various categories.
Seminars and meetings
In addition, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry revealed that it organized 18 digital seminars during the past two months of March and April that attracted more than 800 participants from various sectors and companies of the private sector.
During this period, the Dubai Chamber participated in 38 video meetings with groups and business councils under its umbrella, and economic and professional bodies licensed by the Dubai Center for Economic Organizations, as these meetings discussed strengthening cooperation and mechanisms to meet the current challenges related to the spread of the new Corona virus.
The smart transformation of the "Dubai Chamber" came in organizing events and meetings with the business community and representatives of the private sector, within the framework of its adaptation to the global changes imposed by the outbreak of the new Corona virus, as the Chamber invested in developing its appropriate technical infrastructure to hold electronic events, and communicating with representatives of the private sector Easily and smoothly.
The virtual events, seminars and training workshops aimed at enhancing the awareness of the private sector on various issues related to the business environment, the various economic sectors, sustainable best practices, and how to meet the challenges and consequences of this crisis.
Ensuring business continuity and supporting the economy and its vital sectors has become the title of honorable stage in Dubai.