The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Centre), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, will host the workshop ‘Let’s Get You Back on Track’ on March 27 from 5.30pm to 8pm at Regal Market Café at The Pearl-Qatar.
During the workshop, the participants will learn about the experiences and practices of a group of entrepreneurs who have achieved success in various sectors.
The entrepreneurs will also share valuable tips on a number of important topics, such as entrepreneurial fundamentals, ways to make projects successful, methods of promotion and sale suitable for each project, and overcoming the difficulties they face in their projects, as well as the benefits of building a network of relationships within their professional community, and attending events that support their work.
Bedaya Centre general manager Reem al-Sowaidi said: “Even though they start with great ideas, some startups face difficulties in their early stages where they face a host of obstacles due to mismanagement and bad implementation, which prevents the progress and success of their business, and sometimes result in the failure of their projects.
“With this in mind, we decided to proceed with this workshop, which aims to guide the audience and provide them with the best opportunities to discuss the pitfalls and difficulties they may face and ways to overcome them, as well as offering a set of ideas and guidance by entrepreneurs who preceded them in various fields and gained experience during this journey. This will eventually help them in learning and adopting best practices and bring them back on track.”
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