DUBAI- Dubai Quality Group has announced the establishment of the UAE Innovation Chapter, in association with Team Power International. The chapter is a first of its kind think tank to be launched in the UAE and the Middle East, to connect and build a community of innovation experts and professionals throughout the UAE.

Commenting on the announcement, Fatma Buti Al Mheiri, Chairman of Dubai Quality Group, said, "Following the UAE Innovation Award, launched by H.H. Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chief Executive of Emirates Group, we believe that with the formation of this new Chapter the group will achieve a new milestone, which will assist in developing a new culture of how companies will be supported in meeting their training and assessment requirements. As the world is moving towards digitalisation, this initiative is going to redefine how companies and experts synergise in the knowledge sharing process."

Highlighting the advantages of the chapter, she noted, "This method of tapping the potential of brains and expertise available globally, and connecting them through an interface to solve a unique set of requirements any entity may have anywhere across the world, will define new working behaviour that fosters more flexibility, both to companies and professionals worldwide; empowering them with knowledge at their fingertips, no longer keeping them limited in terms of time, distance or expertise; and this we consider a major achievement of the Chapter."

"We are pleased to be pioneering this project in the UAE and the Middle East, and are delighted to see the welcome we have received and the interest generated from professionals, both within Dubai and the other emirates," Al Mheiri added. Dubai Quality Group welcomes individuals working in the field of Innovation, as well as those interested to develop their competencies in innovation to be a part of the Chapter. Professionals interested in applying may contact the Dubai Quality Group office.

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