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BizOman forum to be held in May
April 25, 2018 | 6:29 PM
by Times News Service
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Muscat: BizOman, ‘Opportunity in Challenge’ Forum, will address the ‘The Future Economy’ for Oman; “The Role of Economic Cities in Oman’s New Economy” as well “Driving Efficiency through Lean” among several topics crucial to today’s businesses.

The Forum is supported by Asyad, established by the Omani Government as part of its initiative to transform Oman into an international logistics hub and Opal, the Omani Society for Petroleum Services.

The BizOman forum brings together a high level panel of financial and economic specialists with expertise in different fields. It will focus on how businesses can find opportunity despite economic constraints, while providing a platform to look at current key and debatable issues and is rich with insightful presentations and interesting case studies.

BizOman forum aims to alter perception that economic constraints imperatively lead to negative growth and discern policies and strategies businesses can adopt to overcome the negative impact of the economic crises.



In addition to plenary sessions and panel discussions with leading experts, Asyad & Opal, will facilitate specialised workshops to addresses issues related to their sectors as well as the opportunities therein.

PDO, Petroleum Development Oman, a regional leader in its field and recognized for being innovative in its approach is the Principal Sponsor with NBO, National Bank of Oman, a flagship of Oman’s banking industry as Co-Sponsor of BizOman, “Opportunity in Challenge” Forum.

“We’re living through challenging times. But inherent in nearly all challenges are opportunities for renewal and transformation. The current economic crisis offers both the public and private sectors the chance to re-evaluate, to be more mindful and strategic about how to invest and more importantly where to divest,” Managing Director of Rahwah Enterprise, Sabrah Al Riyami, said.

“While expenditure cuts will most certainly provide short term relief, long term and tangible solutions will only come from better use of resources and elimination of waste. The question therefore is what can be done to address these challenges, and how can such challenges be a tool to lead positive changes?," he added.

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