Category: SME Oman

SME Oman
Zubair SEC
Zubair SEC member launches hi-tech delivery truck

To ensure the business growth of her Al Rawaye Al Shamikha poultry farm, Zubair Small Enterprises Centre (Zubair SEC) member Aliya Abdullah al Nahbani has launched a hi-tech refrigerated delivery truck. Aliya Abdullah al Nahbani, the winner of Zubair SEC’s Direct Support Programme for the year 2016, is the founder of the thriving Al Rawaye […]

Boosting SME funding

Sharakah introduces some changes in funding scheme by increasing the fund limit to RO350,000, in addition to reducing the interest rate and increasing the credit period for its bill discounting scheme Fund for Development of Youth Projects (Sharakah) has recently announced some changes in their funding schemes, increasing the fund limit from RO200,000 to RO350,000, […]

Zubair SEC
Zubair SEC, CA Group sign MoU

With the aim to enhance members’ capacities and professionalism, and provide cross selling opportunities for its members, Zubair Small Enterprises Centre (Zubair SEC) and CA Group Company have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU). The cooperation between the two parties was signed in the presence of executive representatives of Zubair SEC and CA Group company. […]

SME Oman
Investing for the Future

ICV team was established to assure that our clients have all the ICV opportunities identified. The ICV targets are well integrated into their tender documents & processes and ICV is monitored and reported throughout the execution stage, says Said Al Sarhani, ICV Director, Takatuf Oman in an interview with Oommen John P.

SME Oman
Daleel Petroleum’s initiatives to push SME sector

Daleel Petroleum’s participation in youth development encompass direct contribution to programmes such as Outward Bound, local SME summits and sponsoring various youth development projects, says Azhar AlBarwani, Head of In-Country Value, Daleel Petroleum.

Vision Investment Services’ move on SME sectors

Vision has traditionally supported the small and medium enterprises sector by spreading its portfolio in a way as to include small traders, small manufacturers, service providers and fresh startups not only as an insurer but also as an investment advisor and a risk manager.

SME Oman
Helping SMEs through innovation

Telecom Oman (TeO), the latest name in the telecommunications industry holds multiple telecommunication licenses issued by TRA. Apart from offering advanced telecommunication services, they also aim to build a sustainable technology start-up eco-system. Excerpts of the interview with Gurkan Ozturk, Chief Executive Officer of TeO.