TikTok for Business and Dubai Chamber have been making ready for entrepreneurs and start-ups across the UAE by helping them with their digital growth plans.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry marked a MoU with TikTok recently to make and dispatch the Dubai Chamber – TikTok Academy, an educational program that will help 1,000 startups and SMEs validate and develop their businesses utilizing the substance creation platform.
To date, right around 300 businesses have participated in the educational program, with participants from a wide scope of areas anxious to study assembling and extending their essence on the TikTok platform to develop their range, including IT, art, health, construction, and banking.
“In this digital age, businesses should devote their endeavors to additionally fortify their online presence for business achievement. We desire to help more businesses in the months to get through the Academy and help them with their digital change strategiesm” said Shant Oknayan, general manager, global business solutions, Middle East, Africa, Turkey, and Pakistan, TikTok.
Businesses and entrepreneurs keen on partaking in the following Dubai Chamber-TikTok Academy, will actually want to apply to the program once it dispatches again later in the year.
Set up in 1965, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry is a non-benefit public substance, whose mission is to address, uphold and ensure the interests of the business community in Dubai by establishing a good business climate, supporting the advancement of business, and by advancing Dubai as an international business center point.
Likewise, in April 2021, The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) authoritatively reported its partnership with TikTok. In an explanation, the tourism department said that by utilizing its recently dispatched Tiktok channel – Visit Abu Dhabi – it expects to “draw in content makers to grandstand the best of the emirate with imagination and realness, contacting more extensive crowds worldwide and moving watchers to consider Abu Dhabi as part of their future itinerary items.”