As Bahrain Businesswomen‘s Society (BBS) has five Indian members and four MOUs have been signed with Indian Associations
Bahrain Businesswomen‘s Society welcomed the historic visit of Honorable Prime Minister of India
Janahi: The depth of trade relations between the two friendly countries raises the chances of developing investments
Bahrain Businesswomen‘s Society (BBS) has welcomed the first official visit to India by Honorable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi. Emphasizing the depth of trade and investment relations between the two friendly countries, as Bahrain is culturally very close to India due to its travel and trading history for centuries between the two countries. Our family culture is influenced by that of Indian family traditions. Bahrain has a history of freedom of women and no gender difference for several years. Bahrain businesswomen society is a society of women business owners in almost all kind of business sectors, actively working in the leadership of His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa, since the year 2000 currently, having Mover 110 active members. We have our multilateral relations with various Trade organization globally.
Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society (BBS) had the honor to be part of the delegation in the historic visit of Royal Highness the Crown Prince Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa to India on May 2012. In addition, we had the honor to be part of the delegation in the historic visit of His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa to India in 2014.
Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society (BBS) signed Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with many Associations from India as follows:
– Indian Businesswomen’s Association, during the historic visit of His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa to India in 2014
– Bahrain & India Society on November 19, 2015
– The Thattai Hindu Mercantile Community (THMC) on 2 May 2019
– The Asian Arab Chamber of Commerce (AACC) on March 30, 2019
The MOUs aims to contribute to enhancing the joint cooperation between Bahrain Society and the other parties in developing entrepreneurship skills and professionalism in the various fields of business activities related.
In addition, some of BBS members have been awarded during their participation in several international conferences held in India.
A delegation from Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society will be traveling to attend international Conference to be held in New Delhi in November 2019.
Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society members are very much interested to work for hand and hand with businesswomen organizations in India, as we have 5 Indian businesswomen entrepreneurs members from Indian business families in the Society: Ms. Shanthini Rahamathullah, Ms. Harsha Bhatia, Ms. Gopika Beri, Ms. Deepali Mukesh and Ms. Sanjana Bhatia.
Bahrain Businesswomen’s Society would like to have experience in order to share our area of interest as we are awareness of few of the greatest schemes of gender justice, women empowerment, social justice, and poverty removal programs particularly for women in India successfully running.