Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, has announced the launch of the ‘Qatari Chef’ initiative, in collaboration with Al Hazm.
The 11-day programme will be held from January 26 to February 13, daily from 4pm till midnight.
Through the ‘Qatari Chef’ initiative, local entrepreneurs will be able to showcase their talent, skill, and products in the high-end food and beverage sector. Entrepreneurs who wish to be a part of this initiative can apply at Bedaya Centre. Only 10 applicants will be shortlisted. There will be no charges for applying for participation.
The initiative is a continuation of the pioneering and effective role undertaken by Bedaya Centre and Al Hazm to support entrepreneurs. Al Hazm will be providing special spaces for all participants free of charge, in addition to providing PoS Systems (Point of Sale) on complimentary basis.
To participate in the ‘Qatari Chef’ event, Bedaya Centre has set certain conditions for applying, whereby the entrepreneur must have a valid commercial registration or a home license and provide all the equipment necessary to operate his/her space when selected, in addition to submitting health certificates for all staff.
Abdulla Faleh al-Saeed, board member and general manager of Bedaya Centre, stated: “Through the ‘Qatari Chef’ initiative, we seek to highlight distinctive Qatari projects.
By joining hands with Al Hazm, our goal is to provide an opportunity to a group of entrepreneurs specialising in the high-end food and beverage sector.
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