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Doha: Commercialbank, one of the leading full service banks in Qatar, collaborated with the College of North Atlantic, Qatar (CNA-Q) to host another customer workshop titled ‘Low Cost, Effective Marketing Research’ for its Enterprise Banking customers at the Commercialbank Majlis Room in the Doha Golf Club.
The third in this series, the workshop was well attended by a select group of Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) business owners and key decision makers who shared their views on some of the challenges that affect small businesses today. Commercialbank hosts similar customer workshops regularly on topics relevant to the growth of SMEs.
These workshops also provide a platform for Enterprise Banking customers to meet and discuss with their peers various matters that will generate new ideas to benefit their business.
“Commercialbank is very aware of its responsibility to the community, and banks have a duty to facilitate growth for SMEs and provide value-added advisory services, arming them with the market knowledge to help them grow and succeed within their respective industries. I would like to thank CNA-Q for delivering a quality workshop on SME growth and look forward to further developing this collaboration,” said Kenneth John Clark, Head of Enterprise Banking at Commercialbank.
The workshop was conducted by Brenda Lockyer, Chair of CNA-Q’s School of Business Studies, who has over 20 years’ experience in marketing and communications, public relations and fundraising management for the education, health care and charity sectors. The Peninsula