Al Islami Cart offers low cost franchising
Dubai, June 8, 2008
Al Islami Foods, a leading halal food company in the Middle East, has offered low cost franchising opportunity to young entrepreneurs at the Franchising Middle East Exhibition, held at Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The expo was organised by the 'Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment For Young Business Leaders.'
Saleh Abdullah Lootah, chief executive officer at Al Islami Foods, commented: “In this spiraling inflationary environment, there emerges a need to empower each able member of a house with an independent financial strength."
"Feeling this pulse of changing lifestyle, Al Islami Cart franchise model offers an effective tool to address the epidemic of high price," he added.
The young graduates who are looking to enter practical life, can equally benefit and start their business career with Al Islami Cart, a unique and profitable business system. The cart gives a perfect opportunity to the unemployed who are seeking job and planning to kickstart their practical life, he said.
Franchising Middle East Exhibition 2008 (FME) is an exclusive International event offering an unparalleled opportunity for franchisors to access entrepreneurs and investors concluded on a high note.-TradeArabia News Service
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