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ADCCI establishes 54 new working groups within Advocacy Hub initiative

by Madaline Dunn

The Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ADCCI) has announced that it has established 54 working groups within the Advocacy Hub initiative.

This is part of efforts to support the growth of the private sector by providing a platform that encourages businesses to discuss the challenges facing various sectors and explore innovative solutions to address them.

This is in addition to participating in decision-making and drafting legislation that supports the growth and prosperity of the business sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, it shared.

ADCCI noted that the new working groups were established based on the proposals and recommendations of private sector representatives.

They will also serve as a platform for presenting development ideas and proposals and facilitating communication between the private sector and government agencies to establish constructive dialogue and discuss various issues related to the business community.

His Excellency Ahmed Khalifa Al Qubaisi, CEO of the ADCCI, commented: “The establishment of 54 new specialized working groups is consistent with the efforts of the Abu Dhabi Chamber as the primary supporter of the private sector and representative of its interests in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. These groups will work to represent the opinions and aspirations of entrepreneurs, businessmen, and investors within various and vital economic sectors and activities in the Emirate, and they will assuredly contribute to supporting government efforts and objectives for achieving advances in the growth of the local and national economy.”

The first stage of launching the initiative included calling on private sector companies from various commercial, investment, and industrial fields to provide input on the formation of specialised work groups based on the various economic activities.

This was part of the ADCCI’s efforts to offer the private sector opportunities to participate in decision-making within the Emirate’s business ecosystem, protect its interests, enhance its competitiveness, and advance the process of sustainable development in the Emirate, it said.

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