Abu-Ghazaleh Global launches new edition of the Future Startup Innovation Programs

Abu-Ghazaleh Global launches new edition of the Future Startup Innovation Programs
The New Version of the "Future Startup Innovation Programs to Assist Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMEs)" has just been released by Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Ghazaleh Global in order to help SMEs deal with entrepreneurial ideas and initiatives. Such online programmes are regarded as cutting-edge instruments with the goal of assisting business and project owners to increase productivity and efficiency via the use of information technology.
The newly developed programmes are aimed at people who want to start their own businesses, funding organisations, neighbourhood institutions for economic, social, and human development, non-governmental organisations, initiatives for women's and girls' emancipation, as well as private entrepreneurs.
With the current financial and economic crisis in mind, the programmes' main goal is to successfully give the target groups the skills and information they need to manage their own projects, discover answers to problems they encounter on a national and international level, and develop alternatives.
The courses are broken down into three main levels: the first deals with the idea of entrepreneurship and how to develop entrepreneurial thinking, while the second concentrates on the project's development from all administrative, financial, and marketing angles. Project continuity, its development, and the importance of digital transformation and artificial intelligence are all topics covered in the third advanced level.
The classes also cover training for a variety of project management technologies, including Microsoft Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel), among others. The Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Program in Support of Small and Medium Businesses, which was introduced in 2007 and was created and updated based on marketing studies and methodology, is the source material for the Future Startup Innovation Programs.