Alghanim Industries Supports Low-Income Women Entrepreneurs
[via Kuwait Times]
Kuwait, 10 July 2018: Alghanim Industries, one of the largest privately owned companies in the region, announced its ongoing support for low-income women entrepreneurs through its sponsorship of 33 Boutique, an “Own Effort” project in collaboration with the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor and the Kuwait Awqaf Public Foundation.
Boutique 33 provides comprehensive support for low-income women entrepreneurs, including monetary and moral support in addition to providing them with all the necessary skillsets to prepare them for launching their business and reaching financial independence. Joining the incubator is exclusive to women between the ages of 20 and 50, who are already registered to receive monetary aid from the Ministry of Awqaf. Boutique 33 also holds exhibitions and pop-up markets for a rotating number of 33 businesses throughout the year.
Commenting on this initiative, Director of Corporate Communications at Alghanim Industries Mr. Abdullateef Al Sharikh noted: “At Alghanim Industries, we are always excited and eager to expand long-standing partnerships with local and regional entitles, to support aspiring entrepreneurs. The spirit of this initiative shares some of our fundamental values and focus areas, such as supporting entrepreneurs and empowering women. We wish all the participants in this business incubator continued success and prosperity.”
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