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Injaz Oman holds first Student Companies Exhibition of the year

Injaz Oman holds initial Student Companies Exhibition of the year

Around 48 of the 93 student organizations participating in the programme in 2018 joined the exhibition, stated a press release. Their revolutionary items and improvement tips covered 5 locations: Environment, business, tourism, power, and solutions.

The exhibition witnessed a exceptional presence and was extremely appreciated by the participating organizations. The Student Companies programme provides a distinctive studying expertise for undergraduate students to prepare and motivate them to enter the labour industry with self-confidence, and to assist them establish their personal entrepreneurial organizations.

The programme aims to enrich the students’ efficiency and decrease the gap in between academic information and the sensible abilities, which are needed by the labour industry and also the investors. The programme also aims to assist the students discover their prospective and recognize the diverse possibilities in the labour industry. Injaz Oman receives help from private sector organisations for the programme.

Khaula bint Hamoud al Harthy, executive director of Injaz Oman mentioned, “Through our annual exhibition programme we aim to provide the opportunity for participating companies to explore the diverse opportunities in the labour market. This goal can be achieved by providing a suitable environment for potential investors and direct marketing experience.”

She added, “The innovations and high capabilities we have seen in the programme this year and the remarkable presence, thanks to all who attended and were confident in the capabilities of our youth.” Alaa al Balushi from Porvex organization, 1 of the participating organizations in the exhibition mentioned, “We have seen a great presence at the exhibition during the past couple of days. We received valuable tips that we will definitely take into account in developing our product.”

Muzna al Kharusi from Lignum Company added, “We had a rich experience through our direct contact with visitors. All the ideas of companies participating in the competition were new and innovative.”

Injaz Oman is preparing to hold the second exhibition for this year on June 1 and two at the Oman Avenues Mall and it will be attended by 67 student organizations.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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