Through its participation in the occasion, Shell Intilaaqah aimed to raise awareness concerning the value of entrepreneurship creation and financial development as effectively as exchange tips surrounding entrepreneurship amongst young Omanis.
Organised by the Business Society at the College of Economics and Political Science and its sub-groups at SQU annually, the Business Week was held below the theme ‘The Effect of the 4th Industrial Revolution on the Economy’.
Shell Intilaaqah also hosted a unique booth to help and help young entrepreneurs and students looking for guidance at this year’s occasion. The guests have been also introduced to important ideas of entrepreneurship by Shell Intilaaqah’s representatives who also spoke to them about the entrepreneurship instruction possibilities the programme provides.
Commenting on this occasion, Najwa al Kindi, director of the Shell Intilaaqah, mentioned, “We are pleased to have supported and taken part in the Business Week. It has been a pleasure to meet and engage with some of the brightest young minds in the sultanate, while inspiring them towards an entrepreneurial future.”
She added, “Youth are eager to work, and they need good entrepreneurial opportunities and support. Shell Intilaaqah’s efforts in this area focus on developing the entrepreneurship skills of young Omanis as well as helping them thrive by providing necessary mentorship.”
The Shell Intilaaqah programme supports entrepreneurs, who are among 20 and 35 years old, and supports SMEs via all stages of entrepreneurship. The programme aids entrepreneurs from producing a company thought, creating a feasibility study and a company program, to supporting the development and sustenance of commence-ups. The programme entails 5 stages of modular trainings, counselling and help.
Information Source: Muscat Daily