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Training for small businesses in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) is offering a training programme titled “How to start your small business in the tourism field” for small business entrepreneurs that will enable them to open their own tourism business. The course is being offered in collaboration with the National Commercial Bank (NCB), the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (RCCI) and Saudi Credit and Savings Bank.
Interested candidates, as per the SCTA website, can start applying for programme from March 8. Candidates should be 45 years of age or below with a secondary school certificate at the very least. Furthermore, applicants should pass the interview and express an interest in the field of tourism. They should have creative ideas for their enterprises and should have proof of its sustainability. Finally, they should be ready to start immediately. 
 

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