Bedaya Center for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Center), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, have announced the reopening of ‘Dukan Bedaya’ at the Katara Cultural Village following the easing of coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19) restrictions in the third phase.
Bedaya will also initiate the process of receiving applications from entrepreneurs keen on being part of the Dukan platform which provides them with the opportunity of launching their products, selling them, and showcasing them to the large segment of the society.
Dukan Bedaya was established to support local projects to promote and sell their various products. It is one of the most creative and significant initiatives launched by Bedaya Center in 2017.
The project aims to support small, medium, micro and home-based businesses that face difficulties in starting, launching, promoting and selling their goods in the market. Dukan is the ideal location for hosting and supporting multiple entrepreneurial projects at the same time under the same roof.
Bedaya Center has announced the terms and conditions necessary for entrepreneurs to participate in "Dukan Bedaya" at the Cultural Village "Katara", which can be accessed through its website.
Entrepreneurs who wish to showcase their products in Dukan Bedaya must ensure that their products are locally designed or manufactured, the businesses is licensed and most importantly the products must have good and high-quality packaging and wrapping.
Dukan Bedaya also provides many advantages to entrepreneurs and business owners, such as providing a space to display their products, providing them with a detailed sales report and customers’ criteria report, in addition to providing a sales representative, all at nominal cost.
Clients visiting Dukan Bedaya at Katara must show their green Ehtiraz status in addition to wearing face masks and gloves.
Dukan’s working hours are from 4pm to 10pm from Sunday to Wednesday, and from 4pm till 11pm from Thursday to Saturday.
On the reopening of Dukan Bedaya at Katara, Abdulla Faleh al-Saeed, board member and acting general manager, Bedaya Center said,” The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic forced us to temporarily close our operations at “Dukan Bedaya” but thanks to awareness showed by the community and adherence to general guidelines, we have witnessed a significant decrease in the number of daily registered cases. Accordingly, it was decided to reopen (Dukan) for both entrepreneurs and the public with full adherence to the instructions, precautionary measures and health guidelines.”
“Reopening Dukan at this stage is very important as it provides a great opportunity once again for small, medium and home-based projects by providing them with a distinct space to display their products at competitive prices.”
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