The Governor of the Mecca region, Abdullah bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz, met with Ms. Hisham bin Abdulrahman al-Falek, the Advisor to the Emirate. During the meeting, they reported on the ways to create a national center for family businesses in Jeddah.
During the meeting, he presented a presentation about Dr. Slayman's proposed center where he cares for every single family-controlled entity and identifies the role of the institution in economic and social development and its competitiveness and competitiveness with the international economy.
The National Center for Family Affiliates is funded from non-profit, its activities and membership fees, grants and donations, and investing in loyalty and renewal of future generations of these businesses.
Together with enhancing collaboration among members and promoting family guidelines, the Center also promotes the establishment of a strong bloc capable of addressing the challenges facing family businesses, along with the development and development of administrative considerations in these institutions; Preventing and hindering current and expected domestic family businesses and to achieve their goals, and then to offer them solutions.
The Center also contributes to the development and strengthening of commercial and economic relations between domestic family businesses and the formation of national economic integration, as well as the provision of special information services through the provision of the necessary information and data in the organizational, administrative and legal spheres of such facilities, Leadership in the future provides leadership and management skills to help entrepreneurs manage their family business to manage successfully through training without the other.
The National Center of Family Affiliates provides several services, most important of which are family business disputes, consultation and awareness, information and research, coordination with concerned authorities, counseling, training, education and family relationships.