Within the "entrepreneurs" program in Jubail Industrial City:
An entrepreneur stresses the necessity of positive interaction with the self, the customer and time
In cooperation with the Royal Commission in Jubail, the Asharqia Chamber, represented by the Center for Small and Medium Enterprises Development, organized last Wednesday (February 26, 2020) a program (entrepreneurs) that aims to spread the culture of self-employment among students of universities, colleges and institutes, in the visitor hall of the Royal Commission Building in Jubail Industrial City
The program was hosted by the CEO of Al-Fanar Arabia / Abdullah bin Saeed Al-Ahmari, who spoke about his experience in front of male and female students of the Jubail University College, the Jubail Industrial College, and the Jubail Technical Institute, as he explained that business success is subject to commitment unless the investor is committed to himself You will not be committed to people.
Al-Ahmari stressed the importance of positive engagement with: "the soul, the employee, the resource, and time" while adhering to all other elements of success such as the financial system, effective marketing, and so on.
He added that one of the important points that must be adhered to is achieving the "job safety" of the workers, as the employee should be given a complete sense of security, and among the attestations of this is the delay in paying the dues, such as salaries, allowances and the like.
Al-Ahmari stressed the issue of loyalty with customers and suppliers, and considered it one of the most important things through which complete success is achieved, and not to falter
And on the mechanism of positive dealing with time, he made it clear that everyone who works in the investment field is required to keep pace with time, follow up on new decisions, and monitor the investment opportunities it carries for it to achieve sustainability in the market ... warning of the delay situation to say: "Do something in its time To be successful and be proactive and unbeatable.
It is noteworthy that the "entrepreneurs" program of one of the center's programs aims to spread the culture of self-employment among students of universities, colleges, institutes, and schools in the region, plant a culture of self-employment early and transfer the student from a job seeker to a job opportunities maker, and introduce the services provided by the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Center in addition to all the information which novice entrepreneur needs.