Put January 22, 2014 on your calendar for attendance at the first Back2Business event. The inaugural conference was announced by representatives from the British Business Forum, the Oman American Business Council, the European Business Persons Group and the Australian Business Group and was created in close partnership with the Bank of Beirut.
The event will bring together entrepreneurs, investors, ambassadors and successful business leaders who will join together to share information, ideas and goals. Special guests will make appearances, and entertainment and a few surprises are on the agenda.
“The aim of Back2Business is to connect like-minded business people in a friendly environment that is conducive to exploring and developing new business leads,” said Maggie Jeans, a Back2Business committee member.
The mission of Back2Business Oman is to create a forum where members of the business community can meat and share resources for everyone’s benefit. Over 500 business leaders are expected to participate in the historic event. The conference should prove especially rewarding as here will be an emphasis on highlighting the best in business expertise and their application to the greatest challenges and opportunities in the current Oman business climate.
The managing director of Bank of Beirut in Oman, Ramy Zambarakji said,
“At Bank of Beirut Oman we provide guidance, advice and customized services businesses and individuals need in order to prosper and grow. We are pleased to be supporting Back2Business Oman, which will be a unique opportunity to meet members of the business community and make our financial services more accessible. Our products are designed to promote the growth of businesses, and Back2Business Oman will present a valuable platform of information for all professional sectors across Oman in the years to come.”
Maggie also added, “We are delighted with the interest already shown by the business community and we would like to say a word of gratitude to all our other sponsors, including Port of Sohar, Swiss Air, the Grand Hyatt Muscat, Mazoon Printing, Apex Press & Publishing, DHL, Arab House and Europcar.”