Startup Mornings


location Al Jasra Handicrafts Centre | 9 AM-11:30 AM Saturday 14 May 2016 (AST)

Join us at Startup MGZN’s upcoming Startup Mornings!

We are honoured to welcome H.R.H. Princess Reema Bint Bandar Al-Saud as this event’s honorary guest speaker, the award-winning businesswoman, Founder & CEO of ‘Alf Khair’ and the Founder & Creative Director of the luxury handbag brand ‘Baraboux’.

Princess Reema will talk about her experience in philanthropy along with her role managing a fashion brand, while being a member of the royal family. 

The event will be held at the Al-Jasra Handicraft Center (Bahrain Business and Professional Women’s Club) on Saturday, May 14th, 2016 from 9 AM to 11:30 PM with very limited seats.

The talk will be followed by an opportunity to engage in a casual discussion with H.R.H. Princess Reema in an open dialogue to discuss opinions, opportunities, ideas, and challenges.

Startup Mornings is a Startup MGZN event in partnership with our friends at Tamkeen, Zain Bahrain, the Economic Development Board, Bahrain Development Bank, and the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, and Tourism.

Speakers

Sponsors

  • Tamkeen

    Tamkeen is a semi-government organisation supporting the private sector through business and human capital development support programmes for Bahrainis.

  • Zain Bahrain

    Welcome to Zain’s Wonderful World. Engage with us; we are just one tweet away :-)

  • Bahrain EDB

    The official investment promotion arm of the Kingdom of Bahrain with the overall responsibility of attracting FDI & supporting the economic growth of Bahrain.

  • BDBbahrain

    Bahrain Development Bank activities are focused on financing and developing small and medium enterprises.

  • الصناعة والتجارة

    ‏‏وزارة الصناعة والتجارة والسياحة- مملكة البحرين Ministry of Industry, Commerce & Tourism

Hosts

Location

Al Jasra Handicrafts Centre

Rd No 315, Al Jasra, Bahrain

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