The Sharjah Business Women Council (SBWC), an affiliate of NAMA Women Advancement Establishment’s (NAMA), is supporting thirteen female business owners at the debut edition of “Azyan Exhibition and Conference” for Beauty, Fashion and Wellness at Al Jawaher Reception and Convention Centre, to showcase a wide range of their products and services over its four-day run from April 18-21.
The shortlisted SBWC members are exhibiting their specialist services and products including fashion, jewellery, garments, wellness products and services, alongside 125 other exhibitors. By enabling members to participate in mega fairs, such as Azyan, SBWC opens avenues for new opportunities to their members.
Sheikha Hind bint Majid Al Qassimi, Chairperson of SBWC, said, “Azyan does not only offer quality products, but provides a perfect opportunity for these women to promote their business offering and services. These events are also a great way to network with other industry members and grow their customer base. Additionally, this platform enables the women owned start-ups to exchange knowledge about their respective businesses while enhancing collaboration with other participating entrepreneurs in the exhibition”.
She further said, “This effort to support these thirteen women is in line with SBWC’s mission to encourage female-owned and led businesses. We also aim to provide them with more assets and opportunities to help them take their businesses to the next level.”
Taking part in Azyan, with the support of SBWC are UAE-based business owners Arshia Alam Zubair of “ARSHYS”, Amna and Bahiya Mohammed Kayed, business owners of “Luna & Sol”, Mariam Mubarak of “Maroon Design”, Hamda Mubarak Al Subousi of “Ameerat Alward Wedding Dresses”, Elham Abdulghani of “A&E Design”, Aisha Al Shamsi of “Royal Jewan Jewels”, Badria Salim of “ABDAR House Of Fine Jewellery”, Asma Yahya of “A Dessert”, Honaida Hassan Naib of “HN Photography”, Eman Al Qemzi of “The Fleuriste Boutique”, Eman Omar Almidfa of “Al Ghurzah”, Shireen Farah of “DalGo”, and Sarah Fizel of “Barely Blush”.
Badria Salim of ABDAR House Of Fine Jewellery said, “SBWC has provided me with the opportunity to participate in local and international exhibitions, which brings more limelight to my brand, thereby, helping me to reach out to greater number of people.” Mariam Mubarak of Maroon Design, said she is looking forward to meeting new customers at Azyan, “I have prepared a very special collection for the exhibition. SBWC has provided us with a lot of support, caring for every detail for its members, guiding us to showcase our best, boosting our morale while making us feel valued”.