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Nawaf Saeed, another Bahraini electronic innovator

Nawaf Saeed, another Bahraini electronic innovator

22 Apr, '100 Comments

I don’t know why it didn’t really cross my mind that we could have “inventors” in Bahrain. Maybe because we never really hear of them, but they do exist as Nawaf and before him Hessa and Yahya have proven, and I for one am glad to have witnessed these innovative Bahrainis first hand, and have […]

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Pickles! And how they made this guy a lot of money

Pickles! And how they made this guy a lot of money

21 Apr, '107 Comments

Imagine starting a business with just BD20 (US$53) and after a few short years the company you started ranks number 1 in the country, and your products are sought after in the whole region and have become the prizes that people take with them wherever they go… even to Maine in the USA!

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Jaleel Sharaf – Planning for Success

Jaleel Sharaf – Planning for Success

18 Feb, '102 Comments

The company you work for suddenly closes but customers still call you wanting their promised projects to be completed. What would you do? Well Sayed Jaleel Sharaf took on the responsibility to deliver what his erstwhile employer promised, and in the process established one of the most successful ICT groups in Bahrain turning over close […]

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Ammar Al-Aradi

Ammar Al-Aradi

18 Feb, '105 Comments

After graduating from the States in Business & Finance and spending 6 years working for one of the top banks in Bahrain going through to managerial level, Ammar felt that he had more to offer and was concerned that his creativity was not being utilised. This drove Ammar to take a courageous decision to leave […]

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The Conscience of Bahrain’s Environment

20 Jan, '102 Comments

Like thousands like me, us Bahrainis think that Khawla Al-Muhannadi epitomizes the conscienceless of the Bahraini environment. Through her work, columns and appearances she reminds us of the dying palm groves, the soiled sea, the suffocating mangroves and the urbanization that is threatening indigenous wildlife and their habitat.

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