Abdulla Al Shammari had a well-paid, secure job as an occupational safety engineer at one of Abu Dhabi's oil companies. But when the government gave him an opportunity to strike out on his own, he took it.
London Business School Executive MBA (Dubai) students were recently given a special insight into how local government entities develop strategic initiatives by a top government official.
Abdullah Saeed Al Darmaki, acting CEO of Abu Dhabi’s
ZonesCorp, a Abu Dhabi government-backed agency, said it has signed an agreement with Khalifa Fund (KFED) to accelerate the establishment and growth of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Abu Dhabi.
ZonesCorp is directly responsible for
Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development and the National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), the leading bank in the UAE, have signed a MoU to make the bank an administrator of Khalifa Fund loans.
Under the terms of the MoU signed today, N
Etisalat has signed a deal with Khalifa Fund to support the development of small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the UAE.
This memorandum of understanding will leverage the combined strengths of both entities to create a strategic platfor