BTS appoints new executives, outlines IT initiatives

Bahrain Technology and Business Society sets out plans for new year

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BTS appoints new executives, outlines IT initiatives Esam Hadi has been confirmed as president of the TBS for another term.
By  Mark Sutton Published  December 3, 2014

Bahrain's Technology and Business Society (TBS) has held its first board meeting for the new session of 2014-2016, and appointed executives for the new period.

Esam Hadi has been confirmed as president of TBS for another term, while Misha'al Al Hellow has been appointed as deputy chairman, Mohammed Kamal takes on the role of secretary general and Ali Gholoum becomes finance secretary.

The society was founded in 2012, under licence by the Ministry of Social Development, to provide strategic consulting in the IT field to develop future strategies for Medium and Large Enterprises (MLEs).

TBS Chairman Esam Hadi extended his sincere thanks to  all members of the General Assembly and the Board of Directors for their confidence they placed in his person and said he was honoured to continue with the TBS presidency for a new term, unveiling TBS intention to launch a number of programs and events that are in line with its objectives, adding that these programs will be implemented on the ground in the form of initiatives designed to exploit modern technological methods to improve the outputs of  the various development sectors in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Hadi added that TBS will continue to implement its goals of supporting the information technology industry in the Kingdom of Bahrain to secure a position in global competition, develop information technology applications in medium and large enterprises, put forward IT innovations to serve medium and large enterprises.

The TBS, he added, will also support and disseminate environment- friendly green technology, provide strategic counseling in the IT domain to contribute to the improvement of future strategies, build and improve scientific and professional IT competencies and skills and achieve constructive communication among all members of the Technology and Business Society.

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