Organized under the patronage of His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahyan, Cabinet Member and Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates-
His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahyan, Cabinet Member and Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, will unveil the 2023 edition of Tawdheef x Zaheb, the leading annual Emiratisation event in the UAE.
This year marks the 17th edition of the event, which Emirati nationals can attend for free, and will be open till November 15, 2023. Over the years, Tawdheef x Zaheb has emerged as the UAE’s premier platform for Emiratisation, and the most sought-after event for young Emirati students, fresh graduates, and mid-career professionals looking to firm up job prospects and upgrade their careers.
Fadi Harb, Event Manager of Informa Middle East, the organiser of Tawdheef x Zaheb, elaborated on the various ways in which visitors can benefit from the event, “We are excited to announce that at Tawdheef x Zaheb 2023, attendees can explore the many job openings offered by the leading companies present at the event. This will be their chance to directly connect and network with HR executives, recruitment specialists, business leaders, and government officials so they can gain insights into the current job market, career opportunities, and advice on how to secure their dream jobs.”
The lineup of key sessions scheduled for The Empowerment Stage, the central venue at Tawdheef x Zaheb, was curated to motivate and inspire young Emirati professionals to take charge of their career paths. These range from sessions by Rabdan Academy on Emiratisation success stories to multiple sessions by Dr Georgia Daleure addressing the challenges for Emiratis looking to be part of the private sector in the UAE. Mona Alhebsi will enlighten the audience on the need for personal branding for career success. Alia Al Yousef will recount her journey as a graduate trainee at Etisalat by e&, while Dr. Deena El Sori will conduct a session on mental health and stress management.
The rising number of Emirati youth attending Tawdheef x Zaheb, along with increasing participation from highly respected employers from both the UAE and abroad, clearly indicate that the UAE government’s enhanced Emiratisation policy has started yielding significant benefits.