Muscat, Winners of Enjaz Al Arab Youth Entrepreneurs Competition in its 13th edition, honored in Muscat.
This came under the patronage of Deputy Prime Minister for International Relations and Cooperation Affairs, Personal Representative of His Majesty the Sultan Sayed Asa'ad bin Tariq al-Sayed.
"I was very pleased to sponsor this ceremony for Enjaz Al Arab Youth Entrepreneurs Competition, in which a group of creative and talented Arab youth participated, and we wish them success in this field," Sayed Asa'ad said in a statement, according to Oman News Agency (ONA).
"Enjaz Al Arab is the largest Arab non-profit organization in the Arab world and has 75,000 volunteers representing 300 Arab companies. There are 13000 schools and 400 Arab universities whose students benefited in the entrepreneurship field." Chairman of Enjaz Oman Board of Directors Khalid bin Mohammed Al-Zubair explained.
Atef Al-Aqrabawi, CEO of Enjaz Al Arab, said that the Enjaz Al Arab Youth Entrepreneurs Competition has been attended since its launch in 2007 and so far, 100,000 students from 13 Arab countries and the number is increasing every year, which indicates the success of the competition. This year was the culmination of the efforts of 19 teams from Oman, UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Lebanon, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, Palestine and Yemen."
The following companies won the competition: Sea Use from Kuwait won the best student company with social outreach in the school category.
Haif company from Lebanon won the best student company with social outreach in the universities category.
Small Brains Company from Morocco won best product 2019 in the school category and Al Fazaa company from Bahrain won best product 2019 in the universities category.
The best Arab student company award was won by Opportunity Company from Palestine, and Muhaya Company from the Sultanate in the universities category. Morocco was chosen to host the competition next year.
Source: Bahrain News Agency