BaPDA named member of Menares
Manama, September 11, 2011
Bahrain Property Developers Association (BaPDA), a leading non-profit organisation, was recently named a member of pioneering real estate body Mena Real Estate Society (Menares) in Dubai.
Founded in Dubai in 2009, Menares brings together real estate professionals and industry leaders to put forth action plans to improve education and professionalism in the real estate sector and its allied fields.
The society has conducted several conferences and seminars in the last years that have facilitated the exchange of information improving communication between members of the real estate industry in the Mena region.
“The relevance and importance of collaboration, communication and co-operation is more evident in today’s industry than ever before,” said Aaref Hejres, chairman of the Board of BaPDA.
“BaPDA has recognized how interconnected markets are, and how much can be gained from greater interaction and exchange of ideas. From our inception, we have been extremely dynamic in seeking the best for our members in this regard, tapping avenues for greater experience, greater knowledge and wider exposure.”
“BaPDA is proud to be a part of this prestigious and vibrant organization, which has already made significant contributions to the industry in the region. BaPDA and Menares are unified in our vision and in many of our goals,” Hejres continued.
“Both organizations have brought together like-minded professionals with wide-ranging areas of expertise allowing us to share our knowledge and resources. Our unified efforts to further share experience and expertise will nurture and empower us for more creativity and excellence, pushing horizons and raising even further, the standards of an industry that is already making waves globally,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service
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