Solid response to debut Back2Business
Muscat, January 25, 2014
The inaugural Back2Business Oman, an event designed to develop new business relationships, attracted over 450 guests from across the country at Grand Hyatt Muscat last week, said its organisers.
The sold-out event, in collaboration with Bank of Beirut, brought together business owners, experts, entrepreneurs and thought-leaders based in Oman as well as abroad, and to the delight of its organisers the event was a tremendous success, they added.
“We were extremely pleased with the turn out and subsequent connections made between representatives who attended this event,” remarked Maurizio Monte, member of the Back2Business Oman Organising Committee.
“The ability to network effectively is an essential tool for success for any business, small or large; it was exciting to see the beautifully decorated venue buzzing with professionals, all eager and willing to identify opportunities, and we are proud to have provided the ideal platform,” he said.
Back2Business Oman garnered support from many leading brands and organisations, including Bank of Beirut, Port of Sohar, Swiss Air, the Grand Hyatt Muscat, Mazoon Printing, Business Today, DHL, Arab House, Europcar and Bright Lights.
Ramy Zambarakji, the managing director of Bank of Beirut, Oman, said: "Back2Business provided an excellent opportunity for Bank of Beirut to present to existing and prospective clients our services in Oman, as well as to strengthen its current position as a key cash management player."
"We were proud to support and be part of an event that brought together so many dynamic business professionals from a vast range of industry backgrounds and organisations under one roof," he stated.
The organisers said with the debut Back2Business Oman already a success, they were now planning for next year's event.
“This was our first year and the feedback we have received has energised us even more to do great things in 2015. We are looking forward to next year’s gathering,” added Maurizio.-TradeArabia News Service
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