Venture capital issues were discussed at a key meeting in Bahrain yesterday (May 6).
The Waqf Fund held its eighth roundtable discussion on 'Venture Capital - Building the Next Phase of Economic Development in Bahrain' at
Bahrain will host a major forum tomorrow (May 5) to set priorities for regional and international development co-operation.
Top Arab ministers will discuss major economic, environmental and social challenges at the three-day forum, whic
More than 350 key players, regulators and thought leaders in the global Islamic funds and investments industry are set to gather in Bahrain next month for a key forum.
The 11th Annual World Islamic Funds and Financial Markets Conf
Senior Islamic bankers and international experts from more than 15 countries will convene in Bahrain later this month to discuss internationalisation strategies for Islamic financial institutions.
They will be participating in the
The DP World chairman and the Maldivian President discussed potential areas of co-operation and ways in which economic relations could be enhanced to higher levels recently.
Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, DP World c
Bahrain's Electricity and Water Authority (EWA) chief executive Shaikh Nawaf bin Ibrahim bin Hamad Al Khalifa highlighted keenness to bolster bilateral co-operation with the UAE in the field of preservation of energy resources and the envi
Groups participating in the new-look National Dialogue are being contacted by the Royal Court to discuss their visions for the future of Bahrain, it was revealed yesterday.
Minister of State for Information Aff
Leaders from aviation, aerospace, defense and space industries will meet in Abu Dhabi to debate the most crucial issues faced by their sectors.
The invitation only Global Aerospace Summit will take place on Apr
More than 100 Asian businessmen met Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) members and discussed the problems they faced.
The meeting was attended by former president of businessmen's society Khalid Almoayyed, Asian b
Nuclear energy leaders from more than 40 countries will discuss the opportunities for new and developing nuclear energy programmes around the world at a conference to be held in Abu Dhabi next week.
The New Nuclear International C