MSB’s Joint Managing Directors were delighted to join participants at Tamkeen’s annual Consultation Forum with customers and other key stakeholders.
The event, held yesterday, was attended by Tamkeen’s Chairman, His Excellency Shaikh Mohammed bin Isa Al Khalifa, and about 400 of the organisation’s customers.
The MSB Directors were delighted to be invited to the recent Arab Ambassadors Reception in Birmingham.
Guests were joined by Foreign Secretary The Rt Hon Jeremy Hunt MP (pictured above), who spoke about the importance of the UK's relationships across the Arab world, and also by The Rt Hon Alistair Burt MP, Minister of State for the Middle East.
MSB works with public and private sector organisations across the Gulf. Most recently, we have enjoyed partnering with Tamkeen and the Information and eGovernment Authority, two high profile and pioneering organisations in Bahrain.
The Directors of MSB would like to thank the organisers for the opportunity to attend.
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.
The consultancy online trade magazine, Consultancy.uk, has run a special feature on MSB to mark our 30th anniversary. The article can be found here.
MSB is delighted that Sheikh Mohammed bin Essa Al Khalifa, Political and Economic Adviser to the Crown Prince of Bahrain, will be the next Chairman of McLaren.
As we mark MSB’s 30th year in business, we look at some of the milestones in the company’s history.
MSB celebrates 30 years in business with the Prime Minister, Cabinet Ministers, clients and friends in Parliament
MSB was delighted to welcome the Prime Minister - along with the Secretaries of State for Health, Transport, International Trade and International Development - to a celebration for our close friends and clients to mark MSB's 30th birthday. Please read the full story to see more photos of the event.
Yesterday the MSB Consultancy team welcomed friends from longstanding and new clients to a reception in the Churchill Room at the Palace of Westminster, which was also attended by a number of UK Government Ministers and backbench MPs.
A new report from the National Audit Office has urged government departments to improve competition for public sector consultancy work and to engage greater numbers of smaller consultancy firms.