Our partners

Ooredoo

Ooredoo is a leading international communications company delivering mobile, fixed, broadband internet, and corporate managed services tailored to the needs of consumers and businesses across markets in the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia. Formerly known as Qtel Group, they have a customer base of 93 million and reported revenues of USD 9.3 billion in 2012.

http://www.ooredoo.com

The Federation of GCC Chambers

FGCCC is a non-profit Gulf organization established in 1979. The organisation is headquartered in Dammam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and has members represented from six GCC National chambers. The FGCCC has 35 local chamber members and more than 750,000 businessmen connected from the GCC countries with an Executive Committee comprising of top Arab league businessmen.

http://www.fgccc.org/

Local Search Association

The Local Search Association is the largest trade organization of print, digital, mobile and social media that help local businesses get found and selected by ready-to-buy consumers. Association members include U.S. and international directory publishers, search engine marketers, online listings and review sites, digital advertising agencies and mobile search providers. The Association has members in 29 countries.

http://www.localsearchassociation.org

Arab Banking Corporation

Arab Banking Corporation, popularly known as ABC, is an international universal bank headquartered in Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. Our network spreads across 21 countries in the Middle East and North Africa, Europe, the Americas and Asia. ABC, founded in 1980, is listed on the Bahrain Bourse and our major shareholders are the Central Bank of Libya and Kuwait Investment Authority. ABC is a leading provider of Trade Finance, Treasury, Project & Structured Finance, Syndications, Corporate & Institutional Banking as well as Islamic Banking services. We are also expanding our retail banking network in the MENA region.

http://www.arabbanking.com

Qatar Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Qatar Chamber was first established in 1963 and was designed to support the burgeoning business climate in the country. In 1990, it was granted its own autonomy with the legal authority to represent all private sector activities in the State of Qatar. All members of the private sector must therefore be registered with Qatar Chamber in order to perform commercial and industrial activities in the country. This way Qatar Chamber can help member firms and companies to introduce their services and products as well as ensure that the country’s business needs are met by these available companies.

http://www.qatarchamber.com

The Arab British Chamber of Commerce

The Arab-British Chamber of Commerce, founded in 1975, is a membership organisation that exists to promote economic activity and trade in both directions between the UK and the 22 member states of the Arab-League. This is done in many ways, but primarily by providing support services to members to help them do business successfully between these regions.

http://www.abcc.org.uk/

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