Entrepreneurship

Kudos Batelco

18 Jul, '070 Comments

Batelco donate donates millions of dinars each year to a variety of community causes. Since the beginning of the year, it has contributed over BD3m to various projects which include BD100,000 to Al Rahma Centre, BD450,000 to Al Noor Charity Association, BD800,000 to support Batelco Care Centre for Family Violence Cases and BD700,000 to complete […]

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Mine is bigger!

Mine is bigger!

15 Jul, '0728 Comments

The race for the tallest building has never abated, I don’t think, since man started building abodes, but now it is just getting silly: But Burj Dubai may not hold the record for long. Another Dubai skyscraper, Al Burj, is slated to begin this year with a rumoured height of 1.2 kilometres. More tentatively, two […]

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Young Bahraini Entrepreneurs

11 Jul, '0710 Comments

Guys, can you suggest some names of young Bahraini entrepreneurs that I might interview? I would appreciate it if you would provide me their contact details if you don’t mind too, if you don’t, then a name and why you would nominate a person should be enough for me to start my research. The targets […]

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Tiësto who?

Tiësto who?

6 Jul, '0718 Comments

Shady outfits can damage a country’s reputation faster and more thoroughly than almost anything else, especially if it a promised top-rating event, tickets sold and people arrive from all over the Gulf specifically for that event end up being shafted. Tickets were sold by someone called Ayman Al-Hamad who supposedly owns an outfit called B&D […]

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Interdependencies

3 Jul, '076 Comments

I found this really sad: An Indian man, who had life-saving brain surgery at the Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC), has gone missing, it was revealed yesterday. The guy most probably needs further medical attention but because his stay in Bahrain has become illegal and he obviously continues to want to live and work here (maybe […]

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