Cluttons launches new networking platform
Manama, February 12, 2012
Cluttons, the leading property firm that is currently celebrating its 35th year of business in the Kingdom, has announced the launch of Bred (Bahrain Real Estate Drinks), an after work networking platform.
Bred has been created by the Clutton team with the objective of encouraging and assisting communication and dialogue within the real estate industry, with the ultimate goal of increasing transparency while offering a platform to facilitate business.
Cluttons will be hosting the inaugural event for real estate professionals across the capital Manama on February 29, said a company statement.
The event is aimed to specifically target the real estate industry and professionals in the Capital, and by invitation, will be open to a wide audience to architects, construction firms and investment houses.
After a short presentation by the host, guests will have the opportunity to engage with key market players, make new contacts and generally stay up to date on industry news.
Similar to other events held in the UAE and the wider gulf region, this is the first time the meeting of like-minded property people, will come together under a social agenda, with this months' event hosted and sponsored by Cluttons.
Bred will then take place on the last Wednesday of every other month, with each event enjoying a separate industry sponsor.
Harry Goodson-Wickes, the country head of Cluttons Bahrain said he hoped the event will be well received and welcomed within the community.
“We at Cluttons are pleased to be able to facilitate this event for our industry peers and associates. It is important to encourage opportunities to engage with our stakeholders and counterparts, and the team and I are proud to be bringing this event to Bahrain for the first time,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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