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In conjunction with the World Entrepreneurship Week and in fulfillment of the mission of King Saud University towards community service, the Division of Community Initiatives in the Community Services Unit held a pioneering project exhibition in cooperation with the Institute of Entrepreneurship and the Business Administration College at the University City Hall for Female Students on Sunday, 19 Rabi' al-Thani 1444 A.H., which lasts for five days.
This week which is launched every year in November aims to create a suitable environment for entrepreneurs and spread the culture of entrepreneurship, entrepreneurship and creativity. It is the biggest global celebration for innovators.
The Institute of Entrepreneurship reviewed a number of projects for women entrepreneurs from the university's branches, including "vigrous" for its owner, Mariam Al-Reshidi, the "Jusoor" application, and "Machine Cities" for its owner, Sarah Al-Khamis, the life style of 20/80 for its owner, Amina Al-Sharif, and a carrier and conductor of eardrops for its owner, Abdul Rahman Al-Naim. The projects were introduced and detailed.
The College of Business Administration also presented several projects of its female students' invention, including the (PET Thread) project based on recycling, the Ibsar project, the Jusoor center, the Beit Farah project for children's recreation and education, the Al-Sarmadi application for the promotion of the Arabic language, and a construction project for the recycling of building waste.
A dialog session was held, moderated by Inas Al-Moqhim, with the participation of the students Mariam Al-Reshidi and Sara Al-Khamis. They gave a detailed explanation of their projects and spoke about their experience in entrepreneurship, raising awareness about spreading this culture and inspiring and motivating attendees by starting with creativity and pioneering work.
The exhibition is accompanied by a series of workshops offered by the Institute of Entrepreneurship during the week, including a workshop titled "Fundamentals of Entrepreneurship", delivered by Professor Inas al-Moqhim