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Emirates offers incentives for MSMEs under Rewards scheme

DUBAI, June 27, 2022

Marking the United Nation’s Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSME) Day, and the vital role these enterprises play in post-pandemic recovery, Emirates is supporting MSMEs to seek growth opportunities with an attractive incentive for new members who enrol into the Emirates Business Rewards programme.
 
Eligible businesses around the world who sign up for a first-time account anytime from June 25 to July 10 will receive a joining bonus of 10,000 Emirates Business Reward Points - the equivalent of one Economy Class return ticket between most destinations in the Middle East, Africa/WAIO and Dubai, a city that offers world-leading support programmes and infrastructure for entrepreneurs and SMEs. 
 
Emirates’ offer aims to support MSMEs and recognise the integral part they play in sustainable development, and the global economy and communities, the airline said.
 
There are currently more than 30,000 micro, small and medium-sized businesses participating in the Emirates Business Rewards programme, taking advantage of a wealth of benefits including easy enrolment, accessible earning and redemptions, and flexibility and upgrade opportunities - even on last minute bookings.
 
With a goal of ‘making business travel seamless’, Emirates Business Rewards enables organisations to earn points on business travel, which can be spent on future flights and upgrades on any Emirates flight, in any class, subject to availability, it said.
 
Organisations are eligible to earn points whenever their employees or guest travellers fly on Emirates, which can then be spent on dynamic reward flights and upgrades. Individuals can also earn Skywards Miles on the same flight if they are an Emirates Skywards member. There’s no limit to how many employees can join the programme and no minimum spend is needed. Emirates Business Rewards is free to join and can offer a significant return to budget-conscious MSMEs.
 
Often called ‘the backbone of our economies’, formal and informal MSMEs make up over 90% of all global firms and account, on average, for 70% of total employment and 50% of GDP. They are key actors in achieving a green recovery. -TradeArabia News Service
 
 



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