The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism in cooperation with Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry organized an awareness workshop on the management of commercial activities on Bait Al Tujjar.
At the beginning of the workshop, BCCI CEO Dr. Khalid Mohammed Al-Rowaihi stressed on the importance of this workshop which organized in the framework of joint effort between the chamber and the Ministry to educate business owners on the management of commercial activities in Sijilat system.
Dr. Al-Ruwaihi expressed his appreciation for the continuous cooperation between the Chamber and the Ministry of in order to advance the status and future of the private sector and develop its ability to adapt local and foreign developments. He noted that this workshop aims to educate people with about ministry’s procedures on mechanism of the CR and facilities provided for the private sector, stressing that the chamber will continue to hold such evets to serve and strengthen this sector.
From his part, Undersecretary for Commerce Affairs Mr. Nader Khalil Al Moayyed said that the “Ministry of Industry, Commerce & Tourism has taken an integrated initiative to develop business sector in Bahrain. The electronic system was developed by launching Sijilat and Sijili and establish Incubator/accelerator activity, mobile trucks, review the requirements of official bodies in the system and develop legislation and laws regulating business, along with Along with a reduction in the number of business activities from 1891 activities to 381 activities, which resulted in developing business and issuance commercial registration and facilitate the procedures to startup businesses for investors and serious entrepreneurs.”
Undersecretary of Commerce Affairs calls all owners of companies to review their commercial activities and remove the ineffective activities. He pointed out that the Ministry is ready to provide the necessary assistance and consultation through workshops and seminars.
A presentation was presented by head of Technical Support and electronic services Ahmed Al Mulla on the mechanism of dealing with the new system in the process of registration and selecting the activities within the new classification (ISIC 4), which includes all commercial, industrial and service activities.