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Governor of the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises (Monsha'at), Engr. Saleh bin Ibrahim Al-Rasheed, honored King Khalid University, represented by the e-Learning Deanship. The award recognized the continuing efforts and cooperation between the university and Monsha'at. Engr. Al-Rasheed highlighted the continuous efforts, collaboration, and innovative projects developed in cooperation with Monsha'at. KKUx was specifically mentioned as being a leading platform in the Kingdom for its electronic training programs, which support small and medium enterprises. Dean of e-Learning, Dr. Fahad bin Abdullah Al-Ahmari, received the award on behalf of His Excellency King Khalid University Rector, Prof. Falleh R.M. Al-Solamy.


Last year, the authority and university entered into an agreement to help develop small and medium-sized commercial enterprises. Under this program, the university develops and prepares electronic training materials concerning entrepreneurship and small business. These training materials provide valuable and practical advice for operating small to medium commercial enterprises within the Kingdom. An essential part of the program is the KKUx platform, which offers online specialized training materials and resources. KKUx is a cutting-edge initiative and the first of its kind in the Middle East supporting entrepreneurs and small business.


Rector Al-Solamy thanked the entire team of the e-Leaning Deanship for its continuing efforts and urged them to continue creating innovative award-winning projects.

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King Khalid University, represented by the Center of Talent, Creativity and Entrepreneurship, participated in the Biban Asir Forum recently held at the Abha International Exhibition Center organized by the General Authority for Small and Medium Enterprises, 'Monsha'at', under the slogan 'Ideas of Ambition and Doors to Success'.

Center for Talent, Creativity and Entrepreneurship Supervisor, Dr. Mohammed Al-Maghrabi, explained that multiple consultations on the nomination of promising projects were conducted. Participants had the opportunity to have their plans evaluated in a consultative session with referrals to relevant departments.

"Our wing received many visitors. They were briefed on the Center and what we provide. The successful registration of interested parties occurred," said Al-Maghrabi.

The Deanship of e-Learning participated in the event by delivering a series of brief explanations that detail the KKUx platform, which provides a number of courses for all members of society through the delivery of high-quality content on the most essential skills in accord with labor market demand and Vision 2030.

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