Alba backs Gulf Strategic Conference
Manama, November 5, 2013
Aluminium Bahrain (Alba) is playing a key role at 'The Gulf Strategic Conference,' an event focused on the impact of regional and global changes in the Middle East, which opened in Bahrain today.
Organised by the Bahrain Center for Strategic, International and Energy studies, the two-day event will discuss numerous strategic initiatives to strengthen security at regional and international levels.
Commenting on Alba’s sponsorship, chief marketing officer Jean BaptisteLucas pointed out that Bahrain was an important destination in the Middle East and demonstrated immense potential for business opportunities.
"We are proud to be part of a region that continues to experience tremendous economic growth and our support for the Gulf Strategic Conference 2013 highlights our commitment towards initiatives that are focussed on strengthening co-operation and boosting security in the Middle East," he added.
The Gulf Strategic Conference 2013 features prominent speakers, former world leaders, researchers and analysts who are specialised in Middle Eastern studies and sought to develop a shared understanding of regional and international security.-TradeArabia News Service
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