Eng. Al-Sawaha spoke in the council about the importance of small and medium enterprises in supplying the national economy, directing a number of tips and pillars in the field of leadership and leadership, so that emerging technology companies can contribute to the digital economy, and to enhance the Kingdom’s position as a center for technology and innovation, and a region for attracting and attracting minds.
Al-Sawaha highlighted the Technology Development Program, which aims to stimulate technology companies through a number of initiatives, in addition to the Future Skills Program, which contributed success stories that touched 60,000 young people, who were trained in skills and technologies, and the employment of 26,000 male and female citizens in technical jobs.
The meeting reviewed the Kingdom’s qualitative leaps, the most prominent of which was raising the percentage of Emiratisation in the digital and technical transformation sector, to 58% today, and increasing the percentage of women’s empowerment in the sector to 28%.
It is noteworthy that the Enterprises Support Council aims to host government legal figures from decision-makers to talk about government initiatives related to entrepreneurial work, with several supportive bodies that seek, with enterprises, to permanently open horizons of cooperation; To deliver initiatives to entrepreneurs and owners of small and medium enterprises; To contribute to achieving the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 by raising the percentage of its contributions to the GDP.