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Falak announces 4th Unreasonable Thinking Summit

MANAMA, February 19, 2020

Falak Consulting, a strategy and innovation consultancy, has announced the 4th Unreasonable Thinking Summit to take place in Manama on March 25 featuring an array of innovative minds, top achievers and global change-agents and advocates.

The one-day event will be held under the auspices of Minister of Youth & Sport Affairs Ayman bin Tawfiq Al Moayed and in collaboration Tamkeen, Bahrain’s labour fund.

Participants at the summit include Nobel Peace Prize recipient Kailash Sathyarthi, founder of Atari Nolan Bushnell, CEO of Neat Meat and Neat Eco-Feeds Limited and recipient of the 2019 Financial Times/ International Finance Corporation (FT/IFC) Transformational Business Awards Lincoln Peedah, and Joint MD, Apollo Hospitals Enterprises and president of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) Sangeeta Reddy, amongst others.

Founder and CEO of Falak Consulting Suhail Algosaibi expressed his gratitude for the Minister of Youth & Sport Affairs for patronising the event, while thanking Tamkeen for their continued support and unquestioned belief in innovation and entrepreneurship as key factors to economic growth and sustainability.

“Innovative entrepreneurship has helped the Kingdom, and the whole world as a matter of fact, by evolving and creating new products and services to compete with – not to say replace – the existing ones. Hosting the 4th edition of the Unreasonable Thinking Summit comes as part of our purpose of building stronger economies and happier societies by unlocking business and human potential,” he said.

“Through the summit we aim to educate and inspire the Bahraini community, including startup entrepreneurs, business leaders, university and high school students.  Through the diversified backgrounds of our speakers, we would like to tell the entrepreneurship and startup community in Bahrain that you do not have to invent something; innovators often take an existing concept and transform it into its best version for the right audience. Innovative ideas are what make startups compete, succeed and survive,” he added.

Executives and members of the startup, corporate, government and student communities who are interested in attending the free-of-charge but limited capacity event, can register now through the official website (uts.bh). – TradeArabia News Service




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