Commercial Bank supports QU’s Entrepreneurship Day
February 25 2017 10:43 PM
Officials mark the occasion.

Commercial Bank has supported Qatar University’s (QU) Entrepreneurship Day as exclusive sponsor of the event.
Held by QU’s Centre for Entrepreneurship under the College of Business and Economics, the Entrepreneurship Day was designed to inform the university’s students about what it takes to succeed as a business owner. 
As part of the centre’s efforts to educate the students about entrepreneurship, the event inspired students and encouraged them to establish their own small-to-medium enterprises. During the day, five student startup ideas with the potential to develop into a fully-grown business were presented, with voting and judging conducted by the audience.
Commercial Bank’s AGM, head of Sadara Wealth Management, Bouchra Sebbata, led the voting and participated in providing feedback and valuable information during the workshop. 
In her talk, she highlighted that economic development is an essential part of Qatar National Vision 2030. Commercial Bank is aligned with QU in promoting entrepreneurship, especially when this involves nurturing the entrepreneurial skills of the Qatari youth.  
She further explained how Commercial Bank’s Sanaduk proposition is based on the bank’s experience of working with SMEs and the Qatari youth, and is designed to support Qataris aged above 18 years old with their businesses through not only tailored products but also encouragement, consultation and 
Qataris establishing their businesses with Sanaduk will also become Sadara members and enjoy Commercial Bank’s privilege services that offer a VIP banking relationship.  
Commercial Bank CEO Joseph Abraham noted, “By focusing on Qatar’s youth and encouraging the development of the private sector, the scope of this forum is strongly in line with Commercial Bank’s own commitments to both investing in Qatari youth to become leaders of the future through our National Development Programme, and achieving economic diversity and sustainability through the provision of specialised banking services for local SMEs and entrepreneurs.”

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