Qatar trio wants to bring entrepreneurs 'together'
“Ma’an” (“Together”), spearheaded financially and logistically by Qatar Chamber, will promote a knowledge-based economy by investing in the ideas of the younger generation. The program is meant to raise and promote an entire generation of entrepreneurs looking to make a difference and support sustainable development in Qatar.
The three founding organizations held a conference to discuss ways to make the program work best. Abdul Rahman Abdul Jaleel AbdulGhani, a member of the Qatar Chamber and now chairman of the Ma'an board, said the program reflects the eagerness of those involved to work toward sustainable development via entrepreneurship.
Ma’an is to provide training, technical support and financial backing to the work and studies of skilled Qatari students at Qatar University and other universities. It also will support marketing initiatives and build ties between the private sector and Qatar University.