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Bahrain's Golden residency offer 'to attract best of global talents'

MANAMA, February 8, 2022

Bahrain's 10-year golden residency visa scheme will create an attractive and encouraging environment for talented people and contribute to attracting exceptional minds and talents to be permanent partners in the kingdom's development process, said Nawaf Al Jishi, Chairman of the Bahrain Society of Private Training Institutes (BSPTI).
 
It will allow national cadres to interact with the region's and world's most brilliant minds, who are expected to flock to Bahrain because of this offer, it stated. 
 
He said that shutting the door on oneself was not the right thing to do and "that the only way forward was to increase our competitiveness and efficiency in the age of the Internet and open marketplaces."
 
Al Jishi pointed out that the kingdom aspired to strengthen partnerships, build capacities and provide an incubating and stimulating environment that enables minds and talents to transform their creative ideas into tangible reality and projects and initiatives.
 
"This will have a qualitative addition and a positive impact, in a manner that contributes to promoting the development process aimed at improving the lives of community members, and achieving leadership in various fields," he explained.
 
Al Jishi pointed out that golden residency offer will further lead to the revitalization of the real estate, tourism, retail, and other sectors, which contributes to creating more job opportunities and also development of the national economy.
 
"Attracting talents specifically from around the world contributes to their involvement in the process of building Bahrain's digital economy and the creation of an infrastructure that stimulates creativity and innovation capable of keeping pace with rapid changes in various vital sectors," he stated. 
 
"Encouraging the best international skills and talents in various fields provides distinguished services and a supportive environment that inspire them to work and innovate in Bahrain, and launch companies and projects specialized in qualitative fields that mainly support the economic recovery plan and Bahrain Vision 2030," added Al Jishi.-TradeArabia News Service



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