Abdallah Al Muwaiji
Business Office, Gulf Today
Abdullah Al Muwaiji, chairman of the Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), asserted that the chain of incentive programs launched by the cautious leaders of the Emirate of Ajman to support the business sector, reflects the effective and exceptional arrangement to ensure business continuity given the current repercussions.
âThe third incentive package which was recently announced under the guidance of His Highness Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, member of the Supreme Council and Sovereign of Ajman, and Sheikh Ammar bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Crown Prince of Ajman and Chairman of the Executive Council, came to strengthen all economic sectors of the emirate and support the efforts of the emirate to support the private sector, âAl Muwaiji added.
He also praised the effective cooperation between all federal and local departments to facilitate customer business prosecutions and leverage the digital transformation of services to overcome challenges that merchants and business owners may face.
“With the guidance and follow-up of wise leadership keen to support field and remote work systems, we have reached a professional dealing with crises in all aspects and in all areas,” added Al Muwaiji.
For his part, Salem Al-Suwaidi, Director General of ACCI, explained that these various packages, which target all economic sectors, reflect the attention of wise leadership to strengthen the business community and spread optimism. within private sector establishments.
He pointed out that the third package included a number of incentives for the services offered by ACCI.
Establishments that operate in “Hajj and Umrah travel organization, management and organization of exhibitions, social event halls, massage centers and fitness clubs, nurseries, hairdressers and beauty centers, entertainment, cinemas, sports parks and arcades’ in the Emirate of Ajman will be exempt from membership renewal fees and late membership fees from June 15 to the end of 2020. Ajman Chamber calls on all its members to take advantage of incentive packages, in particular the exemption from arrears of membership renewal fees. The renewal request must be submitted before September 1, 2020 to benefit from the amnesty.
In addition, hotels and tourist establishments in the Emirate of Ajman will also be exempt from membership renewal fees from June 15 until the end of the year, while the fee for issuing a certificate of membership origin were reduced by 25 percent for industrial establishments for the same period.
âAjman’s chamber is keen to provide hassle-free electronic services to its members and clients,â Al Suwaidi added, noting that all membership services are offered through the partnership with the Ministry of Economic Development.
He continued, “The Chamber preserves communication with its members of the private sector to address any challenges they face and to come up with effective recommendations in coordination with ministries to overcome any difficulties their business faces.”
In the meantime, Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) has signed a cooperation agreement with Orient Insurance Company with the aim of providing the âAwafiâ health insurance program, which is dedicated to members of the Ajman House of Enterprises and Factories.
This step is part of the plan adopted by the Ajman House which aims to provide a variety of services to its members and provide an attractive investment environment that ensures the growth and sustainability of their business.
The agreement was signed remotely by Salem Al Suwaidi, Managing Director of Ajman Chamber, and Omar Al Amin, President of Orient Insurance Group, while the signing was assisted by Naser Al Dhafri, Executive Director of the Communication Division. and support for Ajman Chamber members.