BBBF holds 2nd Annual 'Back to Business Bazaar' at British Embassy
- Bahrain: Saturday, December 03 - 2011 at 14:45
- PRESS RELEASE
Over 200 people attended the Bahrain British Business Forum (BBBF)'s second annual "Back to Business Bazaar" held at the British Embassy in Manama this week.
"We are hosting this event - with the kind support of HMA Iain Lindsay - for the second time to support members and their guests with networking opportunities," commented Jill Boggiss, Chairman of the SIGs. "We are in the process of conducting a market survey to identify key issues and members were able to discuss these issues - a full survey report will be published in January. Providing opportunities for businesses to learn about government initiatives and to network and learn from each other are just two issues of importance in the survey. Anyone wishing to participate in the survey can still do so and details are on the BBBF Twitter feed."
The networking event was hosted by the British Ambassador to Bahrain, HMA Iain Lindsay, and featured strong participation from the BBBF's six special interest groups: Construction, Legal Services, Security, Organisational Effectiveness, IT and Telecoms, and Financial Services and Insurance. The event was sponsored by HSBC, AXA Insurance, Batelco, Gulf Brands International, InterContinental Regency Bahrain, and GP Zachariades.
BBBF Chairman Khalid al Zayani commented, "The success of last year's event encouraged us to further expand the event to allow as many people to come and connect with one another with the aim of creating business opportunities between our members and the business community at large."
"We are immensely grateful for the support we have received our sponsors and partners, as well as HM Ambassador Lindsay for graciously allowing us to once again hold the event at his residence," he added.
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