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Dubai: The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry initiative, Tejar Dubai entrepreneurship development programme, launched three commercial projects with the opening of the Roundup Food Trucks, Hamburgah and Maitha Al Zaabi Financial Auditing and Consulting. The objective of the training programme is to support creative and commercially-minded youth to help turn their business ideas into reality.
The three new commercial projects were launched in the presence of Dubai Chamber officials including Majid Saif Al Ghurair, Chairman, Hamad Buamim, President and CEO, and Essa Al Zaabi, Senior Vice-President, Institutional Support Sector, and General Coordinator of Tejar Dubai.
Buamim stated that the launch of these projects reflects the Chamber’s commitment to support the culture of entrepreneurship while helping young Emiratis to enter the world of business with their own commercial projects. The entrepreneurship development programme not only supports the young entrepreneurs to develop business ideas but also provides them a wide range of training and tips from experts in the field, he said.
He praised the enthusiasm shown by the young entrepreneurs in coming up with innovative ideas while striving hard in turning them into a viable business project and wished them all the success in the competitive business world.
Hamburgah is a fast food dining burger catering. Its menu consisting of two types of burgers and a number of side orders like French fries, is designed to provide customers with easy ordering experience as they come to your location to do burger catering for small and medium events like birthday parties, family gatherings and expos.
According to Ahmad Almulla, owner of Hamburgah, the idea behind the setting of this fast food chain is to provide customers with an easy ordering experience. The idea is to do burger catering for small and medium birthday parties, family gatherings, expos and events.
He informed that the idea behind the setting up of Hamburgah stemmed from the demand in fast food catering which has a good potential for growth adding that Hamburgah stands for quality as the company has unique buns and adds high quality ingredients in the preparations.
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