AbdulAziz Mohammed al Hinai, partnership and improvement manager accountable for CSR/SME and ICV, Special Economic Zone Authority at Duqm (SEZAD), was the crucial speaker.
The session highlighted the help supplied to SMEs and begin-ups in the sultanate. It also threw light on what wants to be completed to empower SMEs to have enterprise endeavours at SEZD.
The session was moderated by writer and journalist Hamoud Ali al Touqi, chief editor of Al Waha and Souq Al Mal magazines. It was also attended by a big quantity of members of Zubair SEC and non-member owners of tiny and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs.
Hinai explained at the session that SEZAD has numerous choices and regulations in spot that encourage maximum participation of tiny and medium enterprises in the improvement of projects inside SEZD.
He mentioned that the partnership and improvement division was established to develop an empowering enterprise atmosphere with the essential infrastructure to make sure that SMEs get the chance to bid for assigned functions and to develop and thrive.
Affiliated to the division are a quantity of choices that have provided the division the chance to make sure this improvement by mandating the ten per cent of the worth of all government contracts to be tendered to SMEs. It offers everybody an equal chance to bid for contracts specifically to these SMEs that have a entrepreneurship card and are registered with SEZAD.
Hinai added that as per the new regulations, contractors implementing projects in SEZD had been necessary to promote perform opportunities for SMEs in every day newspapers.
SEZAD has also launched its tender portal for contractors to release tenders to SMEs by means of the Joint Supply Registration System (JSRS). In coordination with the contractors, PDD requests clear assigned functions that could be distributed to SMEs at the begin of each and every contract to make sure PDD recognises the possible opportunities that could be tendered to SMEs.
SEZAD has also now place new measures in spot to make sure that all its registered SMEs have access to tenders and subcontracting perform undertaken by it and constantly encourage the private sector to stick to suit in its endeavours to help SMEs inside the zone.
Tajribati series serves as a distinctive platform to connect market professionals with begin-up owners and new entrepreneurs.
Information Source: Muscat Daily