Tag: Entrepreneurship

Bet you didn’t know this about entrepreneurs

Bet you didn’t know this about entrepreneurs

16 Nov, '092 Comments

After interviewing about 20 Bahraini entrepreneurs over the last few weeks for the Bahraini Views project, I thought I found a common denominator: they are driven, they come in all ages and from different backgrounds, and their religious affiliation doesn’t have anything to do with their success.

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Bahraini Views: Murtadha Alawai and his Determination for Excellence

Bahraini Views: Murtadha Alawai and his Determination for Excellence

6 Oct, '093 Comments

From humble beginnings in Business, Murtadha is slowly transforming Bahrain into a more beautiful place and he’s achieving some good successes.

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“Let Them Rust” campaign

“Let Them Rust” campaign

17 May, '0915 Comments

There is an active campaign in Bahrain at the moment by consumers to force greedy car dealerships to reduce their prices. It’s apparently fashioned after a Saudi campaign which some say already bore fruit.

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Killing with PowerPoint

Killing with PowerPoint

13 May, '0912 Comments

In business, the quickest way to lose a prospect is to kill them by PowerPoint. Believe me I have seen that happen. Countless times. But presentations are a fact of life and is one of the best ways to impart your knowledge and experience.

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15 seconds of fame = 1 billion?

15 seconds of fame = 1 billion?

3 Jun, '08136 Comments

Hardly, but a twit at the municipal council is vehemently opposing it for some farcical excuses, wrapped up in Class A Xenophobia. Here are some of Mr. Hameed Al-Basri brainfarts which he is using in the hope of putting the kibosh on the project: it would result in the area being “invaded” by foreigners with […]

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