It was attended by H E Dr Ali bin Masoud bin Ali al Sunaidy, Minister of Commerce and Industry, a quantity of executive heads, members of the Board of Directors and a quantity of enterprise owners, stated a press release. “For the seventh year in a row, we are impressed by the creativity and ambitions of our young people, which are reflected in the exhibitions,” mentioned Khaula bint Hamoud al Harthy, executive director of Injaz Oman.
The programme aimed to offer a distinctive studying method for undergraduate students by assisting them establish and handle top organizations, discover possibilities in the labour industry, enrich their academic overall performance and obtain access to the entrepreneurial planet. Khaula added, “Through these exhibitions we aim to create an environment that enables our students to interact directly with prospective customers or even investors.”
Khalil Saleh al Abri, 1 of the participants in the programme for this year’s edition, mentioned, “Despite the tension and anxiety that preceded the exhibition, the promising results and the positive approach of the visitors compensated for all the late nights and tiredness.”
The programme and competitors of the organization in its seventh edition of 2018 has developed two further fields for the organizations participating in the programme. The initial exhibition was held from May 18-19 and was attended by 48 student organizations.
Information Source: Muscat Daily