Students from the College of Business Administration meets with Board Members to discuss business in Dubai
The Dubai Business Women Council (DBWC), the official representative organization for business women in the Emirate of Dubai, today hosted a delegation from the Sam Houston State University (SHSU), comprising of 12 students from the College of Business Administration. The delegation met with DBWC board members and members of the DBWC, who are business owners and entrepreneurs, to discuss matters on doing business in Dubai as well as learn more about how organizations like the DBWC support the business women community.
Welcoming the delegation, Mrs. Raja Al Gurg, President of DBWC, said: “We are extremely honored to host the SHSU today as it is great to strengthen our relationship with international bodies who show interest in Dubai and especially the business world that is rapidly evolving here. It is fantastic to see how passionate young students are about their future careers and in knowing their interest in doing business in or with other countries, like Dubai.”
The DBWC provided a general profile of conducting business in Dubai and some of the great opportunities that are available to businesses and entrepreneurs along with its role in supporting business women in the community. The DBWC board members and members of the council then answered various questions the students had about doing business, working, living and opportunities in Dubai.
For more information about the DBWC or how to become a member, visit www.dbwc.ae.