Tenmou to host first angel investor forum
Manama, April 18, 2012
Tenmou, Bahrain's first business angel company, is hosting a key conference on investment with a major focus on an exchange of experiences in seed and early stage investments between the Mena region and the rest of the world.
The first Mena Angel Investors Conference will be held at the Ritz-Carlton Bahrain, Hotel and Spa tomorrow.
Supported by the Economic Development Board, Tenmou provides mentorship and capital investment to the next generation of high-potential, innovative Bahraini entrepreneurs from the seed stage through a number of locally established businessmen and successful entrepreneurs.
So far, Tenmou has assisted four innovative start-up businesses to make their ideas a reality.
The debut angel investors conference will focus on an exchange of experiences in seed and early stage investments between the Middle East and North Africa region and the rest of the world.
The conference will comprise a number of presentations including a review of international case studies.
'We are delighted to be taking the lead in hosting first Mena Angel Investors Conference here in Bahrain, and it's in no small measure thanks to the strategic partners EDB and Tamkeen through their sponsorship of this worthwhile initiative,' said Tenmou chief executive Hasan Haider
'It is a privilege to educate the region on the potential of entrepreneurship and to give the next generation opportunities for success.
'We are proud to be a part of this latest initiative and to align ourselves with one of the goals of the Economic Vision 2030, namely to increase the diversity of careers throughout the nation,' he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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