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“Lamasat Watanya Exhibition” in Ras AL Khaimah for the Second Time


Sunday 28 October 2018

RAKDED organizes Lamasat Watanya Exhibition” for the Second Time by next month. The Exhibition aims at promoting the products of people who hold Alghad license which is issued by DED to support citizens by doing business at their home. The exhibition is organized for the second time after the first one has faced a remarkable turnout by all the society segments. Mohammed Al Mahmoud, Deputy Director General and Director of Business Development Department in RAKDED, emphasizes that organizing this exhibition aims at supporting the national labor, and giving them the chance to show their products. The products vary to include food, jewelry, traditional handicraft, sweets, women cloths, perfumes, and others. The exhibition participants’ number reached 50 holders of Trade and Alghad licenses. Mohammed Al Mahmoud added that DED launched a number of incentives to support Alghad license program which was started in 2017. One of these incentives is exempting the people of determination from the registration fees to issue Alghad license for 3 years. This incentive includes exempting the first-degree relatives of the inmates of the penal institutions from these fees too. Faisal AL-Shihi, Director of Business Development and Support Department, said that the main purpose of the exhibition is to empower a generation of Emirati entrepreneurs who are able to run the commercial affairs and face the markets challenges. This exhibition comes under the operational plans of DED which aim at highlighting the potentials of the people who have Trade or Alghad License, and supporting them continuously to make them obtain success and excellence. AL-Shihi added that the exhibition will include many entertaining activities and events for all ages, and he invites all to visit the exhibition and participate in its events.

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