Beary Chamber of Commerce and Industries to launch Jubail unit on Nov 21


Media Release

Jubail, Oct 19: As part of the launching ceremony of Beary Chamber of Commerce and Industries (Bcci), Jubail chapter, on October 17, a kick-off meeting was held at Golden Fish Restaurant, Fanatheer, Jubail.

The vice-president of Beary Chamber of Commerce and Industries (BCCI) and owner of Al Muzain Company, Zakaria Jokatte said that the BCCI has been launching its unit in Jubail on November 21 as the region is a business hub for Bearies.

"A large number of Bearies are involved in trading business in Jubail. One of the objects of BCCI is to bring Bearies who work in different fields under one roof and encourage talents in the community. BCCI has already granted investment loans to many individuals. We are also trying to form a business network to create a co-operative business," he said.



Mohammed Asif AMACO, executive council member of BCCI, in his PowerPoint Presentation said that Bearys instead of investing in a particular field should look into diversified fields.

"Bearys should wider their area of business fields. BCCI wil create awareness among Bearies on business ethics and competition, solve business disputes, support business investment for NRI Bearys who return to their hometown."

Hidaya Foundation founder chairman, Kasim Ahmed HK was also present on the occasion. BCCI executive Member, Faruq Mulki was present on the dais.

Around 40 people were present at the meeting which commenced with a Quran recitation by Aqeel Faruq. BCCI executive council member, Abdul Basheer welcomed the gathering while secretary, Mohammed Ashraf, Expertise delivered the vote of thanks. Mohammed Firoz Kalladka compered the programme.

  

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