Saud Al Mohannadi, Director of Entrepreneurship at Namaa Center, said that they recognized the need to build a diversified economy in a country that is based on knowledge and guidance to address some of the most pressing challenges in the future. He pointed to QNB's focus on social, economic and environmental development. Youth is a key element in Qatar's national vision, pointing out that the state is committed to promoting and giving He added that the past years have seen progress in the youth march and that this has had an economic impact. There is an increasing number of investment projects and opportunities. He stressed Nama's keenness to support small and micro enterprises to help provide skills and knowledge that help in The development of different needs, and contribute to the economic pillar, expressing his pride in the development The conference will discuss the important issues of the international and domestic economy, as well as topics such as recycling, cybersecurity, technology, tourism, cells and solar energy, as well as topics related to young people, which will be addressed in the future.
Al-Mohannadi said that the fourth edition is characterized by the presence of an accompanying exhibition and conference with the participation of about 100 exhibitors and international speakers, in addition to workshops and seminars dealing with topics related to entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial issues.
In a question about the volume of funding for these projects, Al-Mohannadi explained that the Nama Center provides financing for small and micro enterprises from QR 100 to QR 300 thousand per project, according to the size and quality of the project. He pointed out that in 2018, An increase of 20% over the previous year. A number of projects related to health, technology and other projects were funded.
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