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EAG hosts its 'Moving Forward” forum

Posted 19 December 2017 · Add Comment

Etihad Aviation Group's (EAG) Procurement and Supply Management team has held its annual 'Moving Forward” forum in Abu Dhabi.


Attended by more than 50 entrepreneurs from the Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development and the Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment, the forum included a workshop about EAG’s procurement policies and procedures, as well as, forthcoming commercial opportunities with the Fund’s members.

The entrepreneurs learnt about ways to enhance the entrepreneurship environment for their projects which will enable them to develop their services and products.

Adil Al-Mulla, Vice President Group Procurement and Supply Management, Etihad Aviation Group, said: We constantly encourage government entities and big national companies to follow the example of Etihad Aviation Group in the field of supporting small and medium enterprises by reducing the restrictions to give them contracts.

“We were delighted to host so many inspiring business people at the forum and look forward to seeing how they develop over the coming months.”

 

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