2500 People to Participate in “Bahrain Entrepreneurship Week”


The Kingdom of Bahrain will host next week’s Bahrain Entrepreneurship Week, which highlights the Kingdom’s efforts to strengthen its role as a regional hub for entrepreneurship as part of its strategy of economic diversification and the ongoing pursuit of Bahrain Economic Vision 2030. The event includes a series of inspiring events targeting the corporate community With the participation of a number of entrepreneurs, investors and companies.

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The event, which takes place from 3-7 March, provides the emerging community with a platform to connect and understand the emerging business system established by Bahrain through its business and regulatory frameworks, through forums organized by the Economic Development Board, And Tamkeen’s strategic partner, Tamkeen, in collaboration with the emerging business community.

Khalid Al Rumaihi, CEO of the EDB, said: “The Bahrain Entrepreneurship Week is an inspiring event for entrepreneurs and investors that encourage innovation and growth in the incubator environment of emerging companies. Adding that the regulatory climate they have established in recent years has provided a solid foundation for the emerging business community and we look forward to sharing knowledge, ideas and opportunities in Bahrain with the participants in the events of the week.

“We are delighted to be a strategic partner for the Bahrain Entrepreneurship Week for the second time,” said Dr Ebrahim Janahi, Chief Executive Officer of Tamkeen. “We are committed to helping talented talent develop the right skills for the knowledge economy. These are the skills that we need to encourage and develop within Bahrain. The announcement comes just weeks after Tamkeen announced its first regional financial talent program focusing on training and developing Bahrainis in the field of financial technology.

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The event will attract a large number of key stakeholders, including investors, companies, accelerators, incubators, educational institutions and government institutions, and 2,500 participants are expected to attend week-long events with 20 speakers and two start-ups.