Bedaya and stakeholders equip entrepreneurs on their journey in Qatar


The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship & Career Development recently concluded a series of workshops as part of their ongoing foundation program.

The workshops were delivered online with the object and purpose to empower those who are considering to establish a business in Qatar. Bedaya introduces the participants to the basic concept of entrepreneurship, encourages their creativity and fosters an ecosystem of support for start-ups and scale-ups as well as small businesses (SMBs).

The key topics were about how to establish commercial businesses and projects and the relevant legal procedures, how to use business models and the best practices for conducting pre-feasibility studies. Bedaya organized sessions on marketing strategy detailing how to promote businesses using conventional and digital methods such as social media. The program examined accounting mechanisms as well as financing and funding options for new ventures.

To further support the entrepreneurial community in Qatar, Bedaya concluded a separate workshop explaining “how to provide excellent customer service”. The workshop provided participants with a deeper understanding of best practices and most suitable solutions.

Bedaya is committed to deliver a wide range of services to encourage entrepreneurs and to guide them on their journey. It is achieved through an array of events, initiatives, programs, sessions, webinars and workshops to develop skills and help the participants to turn their ideas into real life businesses and projects.

The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship & Career Development is a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank (QDB) and Silatech.

Please click on the link to learn more about the programs of Bedaya and the opportunities and possibilities in the State of Qatar as well as the initiatives of Business Start Up Qatar.

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