The directors of MSB were delighted to attend a reception in London to discuss how the UK and Bahrain can do more business with each other.
Last month, 500 people attended the annual consultation forum of Tamkeen, a Bahraini government agency charged with developing the Gulf kingdom’s people and private sector enterprises.
A newly-published University of Kansas study helps to explain why middle managers can persuade their employees to deceive upper management. Although many of the employees who were part of the study raised ethical concerns, most of them went along with the scheme, even if only to avoid disciplinary action.
A new report from Bahraini Labour Fund and MSB client Tamkeen has demonstrated the organisation’s success at supporting local students, jobseekers, entrepreneurs and businesses in the first six months of 2017.
As we mark MSB’s 30th year in business, we look at some of the milestones in the company’s history.
In a recent interview, Bahrain Economic Development Board CEO Khalid Al-Rumaihi told CNN about the Gulf kingdom’s strategy to become the entry point for the Gulf market and a centre for technology, financial services and logistics industries.
A recent study from Zeqr, a freelance and knowledge sharing platform, found that out of the estimated £60 billion spent on professional services each year, £12.6 billion is wasted on unnecessary or poor advice.
The Customer Experience Exchange for Financial Services US has released a new report, Personalization vs Automation, which offers insight into the ongoing debate within the financial services industry on how to approach customer experience in the 21st century.
MSB has partnered with Tamkeen – an organisation charged with developing Bahrain’s private sector – to deliver a transformational event called ‘A Day in the Life of Tamkeen’.
When choosing a candidate for a leadership role, it can pay to pick someone who goes against the grain.