SBWC

AcronymDefinition
SBWCState Board of Workers' Compensation (Georgia)
SBWCSanta Barbara Writers Conference (California)
SBWCSaginaw Bay Waterfowl Clinic (Bay City, Michigan)
SBWCSeasonal Body Weight Change
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SBWC organized an introductory day about Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development and its programs as well as the mechanisms of benefiting from its services and applying for funding besides 'Workshop for Business Women Souq.
The SBWC was a government-funded, community-based organization responsible for service provisioning to South London's borough of Southwark.
BinKaram pointed out that SBWC has recently placed an extra emphasis on training, with this focus leading to the launch of the Badiri Women's Enterprise Development Virtual Academy - the first-of-its-kind initiative in the region.
We are with them and provide them with all they need, including advertising and media services," Shaikha Jawaher said, noting that all the beneficiaries need to come up with is a good feasibility study and funds for the project as the SBWC does not provide financial support.
Ameera Abdelrahim Binkaram, chairperson said SBWC was studying other projects which were expected to be launched by the end of this year.
The opportunities available for the SBWC which allows it to play a vital role in supporting the activities of the SCCI on both national and external levels, was at the top of the agenda during the meeting.
Ameera Binkaram urged women entrepreneurs to join forces under the umbrella of the SBWC and benefit from its support and guidance to establish and nurture their businesses.
Binkaram, chairperson of SBWC, said "Our objective is to empower entrepreneurs to identify and achieve their ambitions in both traditional and non-traditional sectors in the UAE.
The SBWC chairperson added: "Meeting with an elite group of British businesswomen today grants us a valuable opportunity to engage with like-minded successful female professionals, to explore new arenas for cooperation between both sides and further attract more UK businesswomen to Sharjah, and also to create partnerships that allow Sharjah businesswomen to expand their businesses in the UK.
Ameera urged women entrepreneurs to join forces under the umbrella of the SBWC and benefit from its support and guidance.
Binkaram, chairperson of SBWC, said the council aims to empower professional and business women to set and realize their ambitions in both traditional and non-traditional sectors in the UAE.
Represented by Ameera bin Karam, chairperson of the SBWC, the council made use of its participation in the two high-level events to create awareness around the vital role that women are playing in the rapid growth of the economies of the region as well as to network and pursue avenues of cooperation and collaboration with the aim of forging opportunities for women in business in Sharjah and the UAE and encouraging the exchange of experience and expertise.