“Bahrain eCommerce Academy” on way

“Bahrain eCommerce Academy” on way

The Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism has announced the launch of “Bahrain eCommerce Academy” in cooperation with Thinksmart. The initiative, also the first in the region, will provide training for Bahrainis and Business Establishments to improve their technical skills and develop businesses online. Supported by “Tamkeen”, the Academy will open doors in the first week of November 2018.

Courses on offer include Mastering eCommerce Master class, Mastering eCommerce Marketplace, Internet Marketing Associate Training as well as Mastering Digital Marketing. To register log on to www.thinksmart.bh or contact: +973 1774 6746. Training courses are in English and registration are subject to Tamkeen requirements and standards.




Sri Lanka reverses $300m housing deal

Sri Lanka reverses $300m housing deal

Sri Lanka has reversed a decision to award a $300-million housing deal to China in favour of a joint venture with an Indian company, the government said, ahead of a visit by the prime minister to its South Asian neighbour.

IMTA opens new showroom for Mazda

IMTA opens new showroom for Mazda

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Sun, Seas and sand

Sun, Seas and sand

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NBB profits rise 11.3pc

NBB profits rise 11.3pc

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Sri Lanka reverses $300m housing deal

Sri Lanka reverses $300m housing deal

Sri Lanka has reversed a decision to award a $300-million housing deal to China in favour of a joint venture with an Indian company, the government said, ahead of a visit by the prime minister to its South Asian neighbour.