Entrepreneurs ‘key to Bahrain’s growth’

THE Crown Prince last night emphasised the importance of further advancing Bahrain’s entrepreneurial sectors.

His Royal Highness Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Crown Prince, Deputy Supreme Commander, and First Deputy Prime Minister, was visiting the Ramadan majlises of the Bin Hindi and the late Ali Rashid Al Amin families, Shaikh Adel Al Ma’awda and Ebrahim Al Shaikh.

He noted the key role these sectors play in the kingdom’s economic development.

The Crown Prince underlined Bahrain’s citizen-centric approach to development, which aims to upskill the national workforce and generate quality job opportunities – in line with His Majesty King Hamad’s aspirations.

Competitiveness

He went on to stress that the kingdom has launched various programmes that promote innovation and economic diversification, which aim to benefit citizens.

He also outlined the importance of continuing to invest in emerging sectors to capitalise on new business opportunities and reinforce Bahrain’s competitiveness in the wider knowledge-based economy.

In this regard, the Crown Prince highlighted Bahrain’s continued efforts in modernising its IT infrastructure by launching projects that support the kingdom’s thriving information and communications technology (ICT) sector.

Contributions

He underscored the vital contributions made by Bahrain’s citizens during the kingdom’s comprehensive development, affirming that their efforts are central to a prosperous future.

The Crown Prince also highlighted the important initiatives and policies undertaken to enhance government efficiency, adding that these measures were taken to ensure the sustainability of finances to benefit future generations.

The majlis hosts and guests expressed their gratitude for the Crown Prince’s visit.

Shaikh Isa bin Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa accompanied the Crown Prince on the visits.

Source: http://www.gdnonline.com/Details/540519

 

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