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Join us for an insightful event presented by AmCham Abu Dhabi, British Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi, and Canadian Business Council Abu Dhabi, featuring the innovative Intelaaq Student Consultancy Initiative.


Intelaaq is a talent management initiative that sources, trains, and connects students and recent graduates with corporations. This event will delve into crucial aspects of attracting and retaining Emirati talent, emphasizing the importance of work-readiness and labor market readiness programs prior to employment.


During this event, you will explore:

  • Integration Strategies: Discover effective methods for integrating local talent into your organization, ensuring a seamless transition and alignment with your company's culture.
  • Training and Development: Learn best practices for training programs that enhance the skills of local talent and promote long-term career growth.
  • Corporate Success Stories: Gain insights from companies that have successfully integrated local talent, understanding their approaches and achievements.
  • Supporting New Market Entrants: Receive practical advice for companies new to the region on how to effectively incorporate local talent into their workforce.


This event also offers a unique opportunity to connect the private sector with government entities in the field of Emiratization, fostering collaboration and mutual support.


This platform for dialogue, sharing best practices, and fostering collaboration is not to be missed.


Contribute to impactful solutions for talent integration, strengthen business relationships, and support the growing partnership between international and local businesses and talent.


Event Details:

  • Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2024
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
  • Location: Auditorium, Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development

Sep 11, 2024

13:00 - 15:00 GMT+4

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Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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