Ali Salman Siddiq, director of the Technical Education and Vocational Training (Tevta), has announced that TEVTA signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Tajir Hub to provide an international online platform for its student products.
He spoke at the signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding here on Tuesday at the headquarters of the TEVTA Secretariat. Tajir Hub CEO Rana Fahad and other officials also attended. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed by Chairman of the Board Ali Salman and Rana Fahd.
Speaking at the ceremony, Chairman Ali Salman said the Tajir Hub will provide students with access to international and local online markets. He said the Tajir Hub sells handicrafts to students such as pottery, pottery, embroidery and furniture. He said that this Memorandum of Understanding provides our students with a digital platform to deliver B2B services. He said that our goal is to attract the private sector with TEVTA to develop entrepreneurship, as this will provide more opportunities for our students.
Rana Fahad, CEO of Tajir Hub, said Tajir Hub provides digital marketing and promotion of TEVTA’s products. He said the market is evaluating small and large sellers. He added that we have decided to work with TEVTA in line with President Ali Salman’s vision to digitize and renew TEVTA.
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