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EO push to help entrepreneurs

Bahrain Business
Wed, 06 Dec 2017


MANAMA: The Bahrain Chapter of Entrepreneurs Organisation (EO) has signed a partnership agreement with Corporate Hub 9 (CH9) to benefit the entrepreneur community, support start-ups and mentor young creative minds.

EO is an international organisation with various chapters worldwide and acts as a catalyst to enable leading entrepreneurs to learn, grow and strive to develop measurable success.

With 167 chapter locations in 52 countries, EO supports leading entrepreneurs in all corners of the world.

It was founded to help leading business owners on their path to greater professional success and personal fulfilment.

CH9 is a business accelerator, located in Amwaj Islands, with a stated aim of helping enterprises grow and prosper through knowledge, investment support and access to local and regional markets.

Its working space consists of private offices and co-working space in which they provide start-ups with links to service providers, mentors whom are leaders in their field, and an expanded network of angel investors.

EO Bahrain president Suhail Algosaibi said he was “very excited” with the new partnership as “CH9 is a great working space in which entrepreneurs can utilise the right tools to develop further”.

CH9 will provide mentoring services in collaboration with EO, as they will also be integrated in future events, such as Seedstars.

The accelerator’s chairman Mohamed Altawash said the collaboration will benefit the community of entrepreneurs as they will get “access to facilities and programmes that accelerate them in the right direction”.