TAG Global opens office in Comoros capital

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AMMAN — Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG Global) opened a new office in Moroni, the capital of Comoros, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

In a statement on Monday, TAG said that the decision was made during an official visit by a delegation from the Arab Tourism Organization (ATO) of the Arab League to President of Comoros Ghazali Osman.

The delegation was headed by the ATO President Bandar bin Fahd Al-Fuhaid, accompanied by a host of Arab business leaders, including Chairman of the TAG Global Management Board Salah Abu Osbeh.

Abu Osbeh stated that the decision of establishing TAG Global office in Moroni aims at providing TAG Global’s services, which include auditing, financial, administrative and tax consulting, information technology consulting, digital transformation, training, legal and corporate registration, to the companies and investors in the Comoros.

During a meeting with the president of Comoros, Abu Osbeh pointed out that the country is rich in valuable natural resources and investment opportunities in various areas such as tourism, agriculture, and industries.

He also commended the strategies, plans, and visions of the Comoros government, underscoring TAG Global’s commitment to supporting the Comoros in different fields.

Abu Osbeh indicated that the TAG Global will provide the Comoros with training, capacity-building and digital transformation services, and establish its first Knowledge Center, which will be equipped with the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh for Technology technological devices.

The idea of establishing TAG Global Knowledge Center, according to Abu Osbeh, is to provide the Comoros with capacity-building programs to fight digital illiteracy, as well as other programs in the fields of learning Arabic language, accounting, marketing and management through an effective and sustainable partnership with stakeholders in the country.

On the sideline of the meeting, the Arab Tourism Organization signed a joint agreement with the Comoros' Ministry of Foreign Affairs to foster quality infrastructure and investment climate, in addition to providing consulting services and exchanging expertise in the field of tourism in collaboration with the organization’s strategic partners and regional and international institutions in the area of investment.

Fuhaid stated that the agreement aims at developing cooperation and strengthening ties between the two parties to develop infrastructure, invest in human resources, provide consultancy, and exchange experience in tourism and all other related businesses.

He underlined that the ATO strives to achieve the desired goals through the establishment of tourism projects, attracting investments, providing logistics services to the aviation sector, and restructuring the tourism sector and infrastructure in the Comoros.

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