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Beyond Eco-Industrialism:
Paving the way for a better tomorrow
Dr. Abdulrahman A. Hussain Jawahery
Conference Chairman
President of Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company
Board Member of National Oil & Gas Authority
Chairman’s Message
It’s that euphoric time once again! It gives me immense pleasure to welcome you to the 2nd Bahrain International Corporate Social
Responsibility Conference and Exhibition 2015. We are honoured to hold this significant event under the esteemed patronage of His
Excellency Dr. Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza, Minister of Energy, Kingdom of Bahrain
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR,) also referred to as Social Performance or Sustainable Responsible Business, is a built-in, selfregulatory mechanism whereby businesses ensure their active role in giving back to the societies they operate in. The goal of CSR is to
embrace responsibility for company actions and encourage a positive impact on the environment, consumers, employees, communities
and stakeholders. Many companies examine exactly how effective their branding is and how they are perceived by their customers and
the general public. All else being equal, companies that take an active role in promoting their corporate social responsibility programmes
are generally viewed more favourably than those that do not have highly visible programmes. Having goals and a vision for your company
that go beyond products and profits definitely provides a warmer image of business that consumers will be more eager to engage with.
While many still revel in the performance of the 1st Bahrain International Corporate Social Responsibility Conference and Exhibition
held during March, 2013, the second edition is also brimming with possibilities. This event will be well attended by regional
and international organizations across the globe. This makes it a unique platform for government authorities, the private
sector, companies, agencies, experts and the general public to meet and discuss the latest CSR trends worldwide.
It also provides an opportunity for participants to better reflect on their social corporate responsibility
commitment in serving the community. This exhibition is the ideal platform for local, regional and
international organizations to showcase their completed or ongoing CSR projects. For organisations
that choose to make use of this prospect, the possibilities are endless.
With your participation, I am confident that we will be a step closer toward achieving
the event’s theme: “Beyond Eco-Industrialism: Paving the way for a better
tomorrow.”
I look forward to meeting you at this international gathering.
Thank you.
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Opening Ceremony Program
9th February 2015
About BICSR
Outstanding
keynote
speakers,
insightful
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to
07:10 - 08:00 PM Opening & Tour Exhibition
08:00 - 08:05 PM Recital of the Holy Quran
08:05 - 08:15 PM
H.E. Dr. Abdul Hussain bin Ali Mirza
Minister of Energy
Kingdom of Bahrain
08:15 - 08:25 PM Dr. Abdulrahman Jawahery
Conference Chairman & President
GPIC
08:25 - 08:35 PM Mr. Samir A. Al-Abdrabbuh
Vice President
Corporate Communications, SABIC
08:35 - 08:45 PM Eng. Masoud Al Hermi
President
Bahrain Society of Engineers
08:45 - 09:00 Sponsors Recognition
09:00 onwards Dinner
concepts and theories related to Corporate Social Responsibility
and a phenomenal platform for panelists from the business
world, international organisations, civil society, government and
academia to network and share the latest CSR trends. That’s
what this edition of BICSR is all about!!
Be sure to join us at this illustrious event on the 9th -11th Feb.
2015 at the Gulf Convention Centre, Gulf Hotel, Bahrain.
Together, lets pave the way for a better tomorrow!
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Advisory Committee
Logistics Committee
Technical Committee
Ahmed Khalil
Chairman
BAPCO
Jameel K. Al Alawi
Chairman
BSE
Members
Members
H.E. Dr. Abdulrahman A. Hussain Jawahery
Mr. Samir A. Al-Abdrabbuh
Vice President
Corporate Communications, SABIC
Eng. Fadhel Al Ansari
General Manager Manufacturing
GPIC
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Mrs. Habiba Al Marashi
President/CEO
Arabia CSR Network
Eng. A. Majeed Al Gassab
Bahrain Society of Engineers
Organizing Committees
Chairman
BICSR Conference & Exhibition
Dr. Mohammed Al Sayad
NOGA
Ijaz Ashraf
BAPCO
P. Damian Reed
Tatweer
Gary Gribben
BSE
Yousif Kamal
GPIC
Conference Coordinator
Sumam Jovan
Bahrain Society of Engineers
Tel: +973 17810727, +973 17810733
Email: sumam@mohandis.org
Nadhira AlHinai
ROHM
Training & Workshop Committee
Sponsorship & Exhibition Committee
Khalid Ahmed
Chairman
BANAGAS
Hussain Makki
Chairman
NOGA
Members
Members
Yousif Kamal
GPIC
Ayman Nasser
BSE
Hassan Al Taraifi
BSE
Geoffrey Stacey
Tatweer
Samih M. Al Alawi
BSE
Maryam Al Yahya
Ahmed Al Khan
BSE
BSE
Tony Brock
BAFCO
Media & Public Relations Committee
Safa Akhaliq
Chairwoman
BSE
Members
Reem Al Otaibi
Nawaf Al Kooheji
Nadhira AlHinai
BSE
BSE
ROHM
Topics
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How CSR has emerged as a business approach for addressing the social and environmental
impact of company activities
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How CSR Culture can be created
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Measuring CSR effectiveness
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CSR’s potential and limitations for contributing towards wider societal challenges
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Key areas of CSR policies where oil and gas companies are expected to make a positive
contribution: improvements in environmental performance, development and governance
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Effective CSR requirements, scope of work, and practical implementation, in accordance
with the company’s responsibilities.
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Legislative and regulatory pressures from governments and regulators
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Corporate governance and robust ethical conduct and assurance mechanisms
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Health, safety and welfare of the workforce including contractors
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Care of the environment with particular emphasis on reducing global warming/climate change
impacts
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Supply chain management, particularly in the developing world
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Increasing activist/NGO pressures in an increasingly ‘think global, act local’ environment
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Sustainable community development and relationships in areas of acute poverty, corruption,
and lack of revenue transparency
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Social business and social entrepreneurship
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Responsible supply chain management in MENA region
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Responsible leadership and people management - What does Responsible Leadership
mean in Business Practice?
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CSR-Measurement and Reporting using Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)
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CSR - The business / energy case
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Communication and strategies of CSR
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Legitimation and significance of CSR for companies and communities
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Responsible supply chain management in MENA region
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Role of UN/NGO’s in promoting CSR
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Regional CSR networking groups and their activities/achievements
How to obtain management buy in for CSR activities
BICSR Conference Program Schedule 8 - 12 February, 2015
Category
Pre-Conference
Workshops
8th
9th
Opening
Ceremony
9th (PM)
Conference Technical
Program
10th (AM)
10th (PM)
Post-Conference
Workshops
11th
12th
Workshop No. 1: Fundamentals of CSR
Workshop No. 2: CSR Strategy & Leadership
Exhibition Inauguration & Conference Opening Ceremony / Dinner
7-10 PM
Technical Program
Dessert Camp Gala Dinner (hosted by GPIC) 7-11 PM
Workshop No 3: Accounting for Value Creation Beyond
Revenue Recognition - SROI Workshop
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Keynote Speakers
Jamal Al Sarayrah
Chairman, Board of Directors of the Arab Potash Company (APC)
Boards of the Arab Fertilizers and Chemicals Industries (KEMAPCO)
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Arab Potash Company (APC)
as well as the boards of the Arab Fertilizers and Chemicals Industries
(KEMAPCO), Jordan Magnesia Company (JORMAG), and Jordan
Bromine Company since June 2012, and Chairman of the Board of the
Arab Fertilizer Association (AFA) since October 2013, Jamal Al Sarayrah
had a distinguished career in both the public and private sectors in
telecommunication, post, transportation, and regulation.
Mr. Al Sarayrah started his career in the private sector in 1980 as Labor Relations Advisor with
Aramco in Saudi Arabia, and soon after became Aramco’s resident representative and manager
for corporate activities in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and Turkey.
In 1989, he was elected to Jordan’s Chamber of Deputies (Lower House) for a four-year term,
during which he served as First Deputy Speaker.
In 1990 he was selected as a member of the Royal Commission for drafting the Jordan National
Charter, which defined guidelines for the conduct of political party activity in Jordan, and in 1993
he was reelected for a second term in Parliament.
In 1991, Mr. Al Sarayrah joined the Council of ministers as Minister of Transport and Minister of Post
and Communication and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Jordan Telecommunication
Corporation.
In this capacity he managed the design and implementation of the Jordan National
Telecommunications Program, directed the corporatization and privatization of the
Telecommunication Corporation, spearheaded the promulgation of Jordan’s first telecommunications law in 1995, directed the creation of the Telecommunication Regulatory
Commission of which he was the first Chairman.
Between 2000 and 2012, Mr. Al Sarayrah was Senior Advisor for Strategic and Business
Development in telecom at Reliance-Globalcom (formerly FLAG), a multi-billion dollar Indian
investment company.
Mr. Al Sarayrah received his Post-Graduate Diploma in international law and international relations
from the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth and his B. A. in English from Kuwait University.
Mark Moody-Stuart
Chairman, Hermes Equity Ownership Services
Director, Accenture and of Saudi Aramco
Mark Moody-Stuart is Chairman of Hermes Equity Ownership Services.
A director of Accenture and of Saudi Aramco. He was Chairman of the
Royal Dutch/Shell Group from 1998 to 2001. He was Chairman of Anglo
American plc from 2002 to 2009. Born in Antigua, after a doctorate in
geology in 1966 at Cambridge, he worked for Shell starting as an exploration
geologist, living in Holland, Spain, Oman, Brunei, Australia, Nigeria, Turkey
and Malaysia, and the UK.
He is Chairman of the Innovative Vector Control Consortium for combating insect borne disease
and was Chairman of the Global Business Coalition for HIV/AIDS from 2002-2011. Director of
HSBC from 2001-2010 and of the International Institute for Sustainable Development 2003-2011.
Served on the China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development 20032011. Honorary Co-Chairman of the International Tax and Investment Center 2011. Chaired task
forces on renewable energy for the G8 and for business for the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable
Development in Johannesburg. Board Member of the Global Reporting Initiative 2002-7. President
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine 1997-2008. Member of the UN Secretary General’s Advisory
Council for the Global Compact 2001-2004. Vice-Chairman of the Global Compact Board and
Chairman of the Global Compact Foundation from 2006. He was appointed a Knight Commander
of St Michael and St George in 2000. Married to Judy with four children.
Ms. Tuulia Syvanen
Chief of Staff, GRI
Tuulia Syvänen is Chief of Staff at the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the
global standard-setter in sustainability reporting.
In collaboration with GRI’s executive management team, Tuulia helps in
planning and formulating medium and long-term organizational strategy,
and supervises the implementation of departmental business plans.
Her role embraces institutional fundraising and donor relations, working
closely with teams responsible for services and corporate and stakeholder
relations, and overseeing GRI’s offices in Australia, Brazil, China, Colombia, India, South Africa,
and the USA and Canada. Additionally, she ensures continued cross-departmental cooperation
and efficient use of resources.
Before joining GRI, Tuulia, who originally hails from Finland, worked for more than 15 years
promoting international fair trade and environmental education. Next to her passionate commitment
to sustainability issues, she enjoys nature, reading and meditation.
The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) promotes the use of sustainability reporting as a way for
organizations to become more sustainable and contribute to a sustainable global economy. GRI
is an international not-for-profit organization, with a network-based structure. Its activity involves
thousands of professionals and organizations from many sectors, constituencies and regions.
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the power house of Islamic finance, thereby rebuilding its reputation as the best banking institution
in the region.
Khalid Al Kamda
Secretary General,
Community Development Authority,
Government of Dubai
Throughout his long and successful career, Al Kamda has held many senior chairing and
directorship positions across different sectors. His appointments have included Istithmar World
Vice Chairman, Chairman of DIB-Pakistan, Chairman of Dubai Investment Park, Chairman of Bank
of Khortoum, Chairman of Al Burj Real Estate Development and Board of Director member of the
UAE Marriage Fund.
A Leading personality who contributed significantly to major advancements that have helped in the
development of Dubai. His extensive experience in strategically planning in vital public and private
sector organisations has seen him in senior positions with major companies and institutions in
a career that has extended over almost three decades. As Director General of the Community
Development Authority (UAE), Al Kamda’s current role involves him taking responsibility for
regulating and overseeing the framework of community development in Dubai.
Since commencing his position with the CDA in October, 2009, Al Kamda has been instrumental in
creating effective strategies to achieve the goals of the Dubai Strategic Plan 2015, as announced
by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister
and Ruler of Dubai.
He has a wealth of expertise gained from different business sectors which assisted him in achieving
significant outputs for the social sector through highly effective management of the CDA; an
organisation which focuses on the development of integrated and efficient social services in the
Emirate. He also proposes legislation for the social services sector aimed at improving the quality
of social development in Dubai.
He is the holder of Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering - 1985. In 1987 Al Kamda received
his first promotion and was appointed Marketing Manager, Data Systems at Emirates. Al Kamda
was appointed UAE Manager for Emirates, a post he held for two years before being further
promoted to General Manager, Gulf and the Middle East and Africa, with the operations of the
Common wealth of Independent States also added to his portfolio.
In November 1995, Al Kamda embarked on the most prominent role in his career with Emirates
Group when he was chosen as Senior Vice President for Corporate Development. In this capacity
he achieved a number of remarkable successes across a range of local and international projects,
demonstrating an in-depth knowledge of management acquired from the Cranfield School of
Management in England, where he received a Master’s Degree in Business Administration in
1994.
In 2007 Al Kamda made another prominent career move when he was appointed as Group
Managing Director and Chief Executive officer of Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB). During his two years in
the role, he was successful in managing the restructuring of the group and re-establishing DIB as
Colin Maund
Chief Executive Officer
Hellios Information
Colin is the founder and CEO of Hellios Information, having pioneered supplier information
management over 20 years ago.
Colin founded Hellios Information in 2012 as the next generation of supplier information and risk
management services, following 30 years’ experience in procurement and having pioneered
supplier information management by founding Achilles Group in the UK in 1993.
Colin, a graduate from the London School of Economics (LSE), was CEO of Achilles Group until
2011, and was responsible for its international growth into 26 countries before leading the sale of
the business in 2008 to a Private Equity firm, HgCapital. In 2009 Colin was awarded the UK Ernst
& Young Entrepreneur of the Year for IT Services.
Prior to founding Achilles, Colin specialised in procurement where he worked for a variety of
organizations including HM Treasury, CBI and National Power. In 2001 he was appointed by the
UK Government as one of the two UK representatives on the European Commission’s Advisory
Committee for the Opening up of Public Procurement.
Colin remains one of the leading experts in EU Procurement Legislation and is heavily involved
in the development of procurement, on which he has written extensively. He is interested in
the interface between professional procurement and the demands of Corporate and Social
Responsibility. Colin was appointed a Trustee of The Outward Bound Trust in March 2012.
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Keynote Speakers
Habiba Al Marashi
Chief Executive Officer
Arabia CSR Network
Habiba Al Marashi is the President of the Arabia CSR Network (ACSRN), the first and most
dynamic multi-stakeholder platform advocating CSR and sustainable development across the Arab
world. Under her leadership, ACSRN has grown into one of largest professional groups working
to mainstream CSR and sustainability through capacity building programs, awards, research and
more.
Habiba Al Marashi is a representative of the Civil Society Organizations at the GRI Stakeholder
Council. Furthermore, ACSRN is an Organizational Stakeholder of the GRI as well as the first certified
training partner for the Arabic-speaking Middle East countries. To date, with Habiba Al Marashi’s
commitment towards greater sustainability and transparency in the Middle East, ACSRN has trained
more than 180 sustainability professionals on the GRI framework.
Habiba Al Marashi is also the co-founder and Chairperson of Emirates Environmental Group,
a pioneering organization based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. Under Mrs. Al Marashi’s
guidance, EEG became the first environmental NGO in the world to receive an ISO 14001 certification
in 2001. EEG is also accredited by the UNCCD, UNEP and is a member of IUCN. Mrs. Al Marashi
also heads the UN Global Compact GCC States Network and is a member of the Global Compact
Local Network Advisory Group, a member of the Global Compact International Yearbook Editorial
Board and the GEF – NGO Network.
Mrs. Al Marashi is involved in many leading initiatives on environment, women and sustainable
development at the national, regional and international levels. She is a recognized representative and
spokesperson for West Asian Arab nations at high ranking international summits. She is a recipient
of several awards for her contribution and achievements in Environmental & Social work.
Additional titles of Habiba Al Marashi include:
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Founding member of the Emirates Green Building Council (EmiratesGBC)
Former board member of the UN Global Compact
Focal point for the UN Global Compact Network GCC States
Member of the advisory committee of the DNV Certification Advisory Board ME
Board Member of the Dubai Customs Consultative Council
Member of the Patronage committee of myclimate
Member of the International Advisory Board at Global Urban Development
Global NGO Focal Point and Member, Major Groups, Facilitating Committee, UNEP
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Prof. David Hood
David A Hood &
Associates Pty Ltd
Professor David Hood AM is a civil and environmental engineer with vast experience across major
civil and military projects, professional development in emerging economies, senior management
in both the public and private sectors and in education. David is deeply concerned that human
activities and our current business paradigms, and personal lifestyles are seriously damagingour
global home– the planet. However, it need not lead to a Great Disruption – there is hope, but only
if we realise what we are doing, and take immediate restorative action.
Following a successful career in project management David took over and commissioned
Australia’s then New Parliament House in the mid 1980s – a life changing career episode. Since
that project, David has become increasingly involved in fostering a culture of sustainability across
all engineering disciplines, and the built environment.
David is an Adjunct Professor in the Science and Engineering Faculty at QUT where he inculcates
sustainability across education and research. He led the Sustainability Program of the CRC for
Infrastructure and Engineering Asset Management (CIEAM) until 2013. In 2006, he initiated, and
was Founding Chairman until 2011 of the Australian Green Infrastructure Council (AGIC now
ISCA), an industry association which developed the world’s first full sustainability rating scheme
for infrastructure.
Prof. Soumodip Sarkar
Department of Management
University of Evora
Soumodip Sarkar is a professor at the Department of Management, University of Evora, Portugal,
and researcher at CEFAGE-UE. He received his PhD in Economics from Northeastern University,
Boston in 1995. He previously worked at the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID)
and later CID, Kennedy School, Harvard University.He has published papers in many scientific
journals, author of several books, and is in the editorial board of four international scientific journals.
He holds copyrights to the integrated innovation model developed by him along with simulation
software.He is a highly sought after speaker, and has given diverse talks and workshops all
over the world, ncluding at the Helsinki School of Economics, Harvard University, University of
Massachusetts, Indian School of Management etc. Very recently, the Webster´s Online Dictionary
has included his definition of innovation, connecting innovation to market outcome and sustainability,
appearing under “extended definition”. Professor Sarkar has also featured in both national media
as well as internationally including the BBC, on matters regarding entrepreneurship.
David is an accredited Presenter with Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project, and in August 2011, David
was included in the ABC Carbon list of the top 100 Sustainability leaders in the world (and again
in 2012, and 2013).
David was the 2012 National President of Engineers Australia (EA). In 2012, David was included
in the Engineers Media list of Australia’s top 100 professional engineers. In 2013 David was made
an Honorary Fellow of EA.
On Australia Day 2013, David was made a Member of the Order of Australia in recognition of
his enormous contribution to engineering through industry associations, and for lifting public
awareness of sustainability.
In December 2013, David was appointed Australasian Leader of Blue Australasia, a collaborative
venture to drive a transformative business model that restores natural and social capital as well as
business wellness.
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Technical
Program
(Tentative)
Day One - 10th February, 2015, Tuesday, Al Dana Hall
Keynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker
08:30 – 09:05
09:05 – 09:40
09:40 – 10:15
Mark Moody Stuart
Jamal Al Sarayrah
Peter Grohmann
Chairman, Board of Directors of the
Arab Potash Company (APC)
Boards of the Arab Fertilizers and
Chemicals Industries (KEMAPCO)
Chairman, Hermes Equity
Ownership Services
Director, Accenture and of
Saudi Aramco
10:15- 10:45 Dana II
Jouko Kuisma
Alexios Antypas
CR Navigator
Finland
Central European University
Hungary
CSR as an integrated part of the
Management System
Leena Al Olaimy
11:15 – 11:45
Managing Director,
3BL Associates, Kingdom of Bahrain
Creating Shared Value in the Arab World
Mohammad Talalweh
11:45 – 12:15
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The Corporation of the Future: Trends and
Scenarios for the Development of CSR
Mohammed Mobarak AL-Qahtani
Kuwait Oil Company
Kuwait
Technology and Sustainable Development
Ahsanul Hoque
Alquds Open University
Palestine
Director AKM
Bangladesh
Sustainabilitys performance of companies in
the Islamic World: Analysis reports)
12:15 - 13:00 Resident Coordinator
United Nations Development Programme
(UNDP)
Coffee Break
Dana I
10:45 – 11:15
Keynote Speaker
Panel Discussion
CSR Role on Environmental Improvement
Day One - 10th February, 2015, Tuesday, Al Dana Hall (Cont.)
13:00 - 14:20 Lunch Break
Keynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker
14:20 – 14:55
14:55 – 15:30
Habiba Al Marashi
Colin Maund
Chief Executive Officer
Arabia CSR Network
Chief Executive Officer
Hellios Information
Dana I
Dana II
Khalifa Al Bouainain
Executive President, Saudi Unlimited
Development Co, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
15:30 – 16:00
Environmental Equilibrium Nurture
Employees Retention
Katarina Gajdosova
16:00 – 16:30
Silesian University in Opava, School of Business
Administration in Karvina, Czech Republic
Corporate Social Responsibility in the
context of International Financial Institutions
Yousif Al Ghawas
Managing Partner,
Neurobrand, Kingdom of Bahrain
CSR - The Foundation for a 21st Century
Business
Alexandre Lemille
Wizeimpact
South Africa
The Circular Economy: its Concept, its
Potential & Ways to Implement it
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Technical
Program
(Tentative)
Beyond Eco-Industrialism:
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Day Two - 11th February, 2015, Wednesday, Al Dana Hall
Keynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker
08:30 – 09:05
09:05 – 09:40
Ms. Tuulia Syvanen
Prof. David Hood
09:40 – 10:15
Khaled Al Kamda
Chief of Staff
GRI
David A Hood &
Associates Pty Ltd
10:15- 10:45 Coffee Break
Dana I
Tim Delmau
10:45 – 11:15
Dalmau Consulting
Australia
BICSR-Implementing Essential CSRReference by Mr. David Hood
Alexios Antypas
11:15 – 11:45
Central European University
Hungary
Corporate Social Responsibility in Extractive
Industries
Abdulla Al Ansari
11:45 – 12:15
Bapco
Bahrain
Community Awareness and Outreach –
BAPCO Approach
12:15 – 12:45
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Secretary General,
Community Development Authority,
Government of Dubai
Dr. Iyad Abumoghli
Director and Regional Representative
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
Regional Office for West Asia (ROWA), Bahrain
Dana II
Jouko Kuisma
CR Navigator
Finland
GRI Reporting –
a Profitable Management Tool
Sanjay Gupta
Chairman - WTO & International
Committee of ICAI & DirectorSGA Value Leader Pvt Ltd.
Shikhar Jain
Principal Counsellor, CII-ITC
Centre of Excellence for
Sustainable Development
Responsible Business and Integrated
Thinking
Yap Yun Fung
EcoLean Consultancy SB
Malaysia`
MFCA, the 1st Step in Developing Eco
Industrialism into CSR Management
Dr. Jagbir Singh Kadyan
Swami Shraddhanand College,
University of Delhi, India
Corporate Social Responsibility Practices in
Indian Public Sector Undertakings. (A case
study of ONGC Ltd.)
Day Two - 11th February, 2015, Wednesday, Al Dana Hall (Cont.)
12:45 - 14:00
Lunch Break
Keynote Speaker
Keynote Speaker
14:00 – 14:35
14:35 – 15:10
A. Majeed Al Gassab
World Federation Engineering Organizations (WFEO)
Advisor to WFEO President
Prof. Soumadip Sarkar
Department of Management
University of Evora
WFEO Model Code of Practice for Sustainable
Development and Environmental Stewardship
Dana I
Dana II
Mahmoud Elsayed Roshdy
15:10 – 15:40
Abu Qir Fertilizers Company
Egypt
Corporate Social Responsibility Between
National Duty & Company Goals Abu Qir Fertilizers Co.
Social Responsibility in preserving the Environment
Waddah S. Ghanem
15:40 – 16:10
Chief EHSQ Compliance Officer
UAE
The Role of Senior Managers and Board Directors
in driving Sustainability, Corporate Social
Responsibility & EHS Excellence in Organizations
16:10 - 17:00
Dr. Salman Alajmi
Team Leader – Olefins Business Analysis and Planning
Petrochemical Industries Company
Kuwait Green Wall: A Collaborative Effort to
Address Environmental and Climate Issues
Yusuf Ahmed Kamal
GPIC
Bahrain
Organizational Excellence in CSR &
Sustainability
Panel Discussion
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Workshop 1
Fundamentals of Csr
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has steadily developed into a major prerequisite of corporate strategy development in turn, permeates and this through in all aspects of management
practices, business operations and product development. CSR initiatives help in developing sustainable business practices, opening up new opportunities, promoting customer loyalty
and enhancing stakeholder relationships. In the recent past, CSR has now emerged as a key strategic priority for organizations – and this is leading them to find ways to realize the full
potential that CSR offers as a strategic management tool. The Arabia CSR Network is organizing this training to help the participants understand how CSR can contribute strategically to an
organization’s comprehensive performance and learn more about opportunities and benefits that CSR presents by scoping out what corporate responsibility means for their company. If your
organization is motivated to adopt CSR principles or build on CSR practices such as enhanced reputation, trust, lower risks, improved organizational efficiencies and employee motivation – then
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Creating a Foundation for a CSR Philosophy
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Approaches to Implementing CSR
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Environmental Influences
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Business Situation
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CSR Implementation Plan
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Stakeholder Analysis
Stakeholder Engagement
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Definition: Stakeholders
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Stakeholder Inclusiveness
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Internal CSR Situation
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Why engage with Stakeholders
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Assessment and Prioritization
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Identify Stakeholders
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Prioritize Key Stakeholders
Administrative Information:
Date : 08th & 9th February 2015
Timing : 08:00am to 04:00pm
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Planning and Formulating
Using Application Framework for Integrating CSR:
Using Application Framework for Integrating CSR:
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Topics to be covered
Venue
:
Course Fee :
GICC
BD 300 US$ 796
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onal
xhibition
Workshop 2
Csr Strategy & Leadership
Outline
A TRAINING COURSE
ON CSR STRATEGY
& LEADERSHIP
Course Details
The two-day course will be structured into eight sessions, along with interactive discussion
CSR requires Champions to chart the course, guide through example and lead the way. The2nd Bahrain International
FEB, 2015 CSR Conference & Exhibition
and exercises. The sessions will focus on following themes:
leadership dimension is often the key issue within sustainability excellence. Many companies
falter in their sustainability journey for lack of leadership vision and ambition to be the best.
•
From Compliance to Value Creation
OUTLINE
COURSE DETAILS
This course will offer delegates a deep understanding of the leadership dimension within CSR
• Sustainability Strategies
for different markets
CSR requires Champions to chart the course,
The two-day course will be structured
the hands and lead the way. The
into eight sessions, along with
and corporate sustainability. It will take delegates through various concepts,holdapproaches
leadership dimension is often the
issueSustainable
interactive
• keyThe
Value discussion
Portfolioand exercises.
withinattain
sustainability
The sessions will focus on following
and examples to demonstrate how effective leadership can help an organization
new excellence, many
companies falter in their sustainability journey
themes:
for lack of leadership vision and
to
•ambition
Beyond
Greening Strategy
heights of greatness in CSR and Sustainability.
be the best.
From Compliance to Value
The Seven Capacities
This course will offer delegates•
a deep
Creation of Leadership
understanding of the leadership dimension
Sustainability Strategies for
within CSR and corporate Sustainability. It will
Leadership fordifferent
CSR markets
take delegates
through various•
concepts,
It will challenge delegates to revisit old concepts and develop new ideas and thoughts,
with
approaches and examples to demonstrate
The Sustainable
Value Portfolio
effective leadership can help
a view to radicalizing their own and the organization’s approach to CSR and how
Sustainability.
• anCSR Performance
Measurement
and Benchmarking
organization attain new heights of greatness in
Beyond
Greening
Strategy
CSR and Sustainability.
At the end of the training delegates will be provided with a Certificate of Attendance.
Expected Outcome
EXPECTED OUTCOME
•
Future Challenges
and Drivers
The Seven Capacities of
Leadership
It will challenge delegates to revisit old
concepts and ingest new ideas and thoughts,
with a view to radicalizing their own and the
organization’s approach to CSR and
Sustainability. At the end of the training
delegates will be provided with a Certificate of
Attendance.
Leadership for CSR
CSR Performance Measurement
and Benchmarking
Future Challenges and Drivers
To register yourself for this event, please contact Arabia CSR Network:
Tel: +971 4 3448622 | +971 4 3448120 , Email: admin@arabiacsrnetwork.com
Administrative Information:
Date : 08th & 9th February 2015
Timing : 08:00am to 04:00pm
Venue
:
Course Fee :
GICC
BD 300 US$ 796
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Workshop 3
Accounting For Value Creation Beyond Revenue Recognition - Sroi Workshop
Creating welfare for our societies is what every company & government should strive for. But do we
understand how to grasp the value that is created away from revenues and profits? Are financial
statements enough to understand the creation or destruction of the broader value? The Social Return
On Investment (SROI) is the application of a set of principles within a framework that is designed to help
bring this understanding of whether your company creates or destroys value – whilst at the same time
recognizing that what is of value will be very different in specific countries, corporates or cultures.
Who Should Attend?
Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Sustainability Officers & Directors,
• Apply the 7 Principles and know how to navigate an Impact Map
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Managers, Non-governmental Organisation Leads
• Step-by-Step calculations through a concrete certified SROI analysis
& Experts, Governmental Representatives, Accountants, Business Strategy Directors.
• Hands-on exercise on the Impact Map
Wizeimpact is a member of the SROI Network since 2013. As part of its role within the
Workshop Led by
Network Wizeimpact is able to offer either un-certified or certified reports to any public or
Alexandre Lemille: CEO of Wizeimpact & Accredited SROI Practitioner.
private organizations. Wizeimpact’s SROI analysis are issued exclusively by Accredited
SROI Practitioner(s) that guaranty the high-level quality that such an analysis requires. You
will find the complete list of Accredited SROI Practitioners on the following link: http://
www.thesroinetwork.org/membership/accredited-practitioners
Topics to be covered
Value
Administrative Information:
Date : 12th February 2015
Timing : 08:00am to 02:00pm
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Alexandre is obsessed about the impact corporate have on our environment and society.
Involved in certified Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) training and United Nations Global
Compact (UNGC) analyses since 2011 Alexandre realized that there was a need to add
concrete ways to measure corporate/governmental value creation besides financial
figures, as they generate more than revenues. Since 2013 Alexandre is an Accredited
• Understand the purpose of SROI and why Public/Private entities should measure
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• Ability to tell a better story to partners and investors
Wizeimpact & the Sroi Network:
SROI Practitioner from The SROI Network (UK).
Venue
:
Course Fee :
GICC
BD 200 US$ 532
Conference / Workshop Registration Form
2nd Bahrain International Corporate Social Responsibility
Conference & Exhibition 2015
09 -11 February, 2015, Gulf International Convention Centre
Please complete in BLOCK letters. Complete a separate form for each applicant.
Conference Registration Fees
Title (Dr./Mr./Mrs./Miss)
First Name:
Middle Name:
Position:
Family Name:
Department:
Organization:
P.O. Box No:
Address:
City:
State / Country: Telephone:
Fax:
Full Registration
Full Registration
After 31st Dec 2014
(Early Birds)
Category
Before 31st Dec 2014
Postal Code:
Mobile:
One Day
Registration
Before 31st Dec
2014
BSE
Members
BD 170
USD 450
BD 212
USD 585
BD 120
USD 320
BD 150
USD 400
Non
Members
BD 200
USD 530
BD 250
USD 665
BD 140
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BD 175
USD 465
*Students
BD 100
USD 265
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USD 265
BD 60
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USD 160
*Should provide proper authentication
Workshop Registration Fees
Email:
Method of Payment: Payment by one of the following must be included with the Registration Form:
Please send invoice to the organization mentioned above (attach authorisation)
Enclosed a cheque/banker’s draft payable to Bahrain Society of Engineers
Bank Transfer - National Bank of Bahrain, Swift Code - NBOBBHBM,
IBAN No: BH47-NBOB-0000-0099-0659-91
Please debit to my One Day
Registration
(Early Birds)
Amex Card Number:
Master Card Visa
Workshop
No.
1
Two Days
Fundamentals of CSR - 8th & 9th Feb. 2015
BD 300
USD 796
2
Two Days
Budgeting & Implementation of CSR
- 8th & 9th Feb. 2015
BD 300
USD 796
Accounting for Value Creation beyond
Revenue Recognition - SROI Workshop
- 12th Feb. 2015
BD 200
USD 532
3
One Day
Expiry Date
Fees
Title
Card Holder’s Name and Address (if different from above):
Date:
Conference Fee Includes the following (Not Workshop)
Opening Ceremony and Dinner
Conference pack with Proceedings etc.
Attendance of all Conference Technical Sessions
Admission to the Exhibition
Lunch on Conference Days
Conference Banquet Dinner
Refreshment during breaks
Signature:
Cancellation and Refunds
Cancellation must be received in writing to the Conference
Secretariat. A cancellation fee equal to 20% of the
conference fee will be charged for cancellation received
before 1st December 2014. After this date no refund will
be considered.
Please send this completed registration form along with
appropriate fees to:
Bahrain Society of Engineers
P .O. Box 835, Manama, Bahrain
Tel: +973 17810733 Fax: +973 17827475
E-mail: sumam@mohandis.org, vivek@mohandis.org
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Exhibition Information
An exhibition will be held in conjunction with the conference during 9 to 11 February 2015, intending
to provide an opportunity for companies, consulting and research organisations to display and
demonstrate their products and services related to the subject of Corporate Social Responsibility.
Interested organisations are encouraged to participate either by sponsoring the event or by taking part
in the exhibition.
The exhibition stands are 3m wide, 2m deep and 2.4m high. In addition to the stand, adequate furniture
and lighting will be provided. Moreover, each exhibitor is entitled to the following benefits:
• Exhibitors names will be published on the web site.
• A brief profile of 10 to 15 lines for each exhibitor will be included in the official exhibition guide which
will be circulated to all invited officials, VIPs, delegates, visitors and other dignitaries.
• Advertising space will be available in the Exhibition Guide at a nominal cost.
Coffee Area
• Wide publicity will be given in the Gulf region about the exhibition to attract corporates, consultants
and government officials to visit the exhibition booths during the period.
• Each exhibitor is entitled for two free delegates’ attendance with a full conference package
Exhibition Stand Cost
• Full Exhibition space - BD. 1000 or USD 2650 with fittings (3 x 2 m)
• Exhibition Space without fittings - BD. 155 or US$ 415- per sq. mtr
(Min. size is 6 sq. mtr)
• Acceptable forms of payment in Bahrain Dinars or US Dollars:
Exhibition Stand Layout
Cheque - payable to Bahrain Society of Engineers
Payment by credit card -
Visa
Master Card
*Direct Bank Transfer
A/c Name
- Bahrain Society of Engineers
IBAN A/C
- BH47-NBOB-0000-0099-0659-91
Bank Name - National Bank of Bahrain,
Manama Main Branch
Swift Code
- NBOBBHBM
*Cheques from outside Bahrain will not be accepted.
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Amex
Cancellation Policy:
A Sponsor / exhibitor may cancel their participation in the conference by giving conference organisers notice
in writing. If the organizers receives notice of cancellation by 1st December 2014 or before the issue of the last
conference brochure, there will only be a penalty of 20% of the sponsorship / exhibition fee as cancellation
charges.
If notice of cancellation is received after the issue of the last conference brochure or 1st December 2014 the
Sponsor / exhibitor shall be obligated and must pay a cancellation charge of 50% of the total sponsorship /
exhibition fee. If notice of cancellation is received after 1st January 2015, the entire sponsorship / exhibition fee
is due as cancellation charges. In the event of cancellation, organisers has the full right to use the space for their
own convenience, including selling the space to another exhibitor, without rebate or allowance to the cancelled
exhibitor. The organiser assumes no responsibility for having included the name or description of the cancelled
exhibitor in programmes, news releases, publicity or other materials.
Exhibition Stand Booking Form
2nd Bahrain International Corporate Social Responsibility
Conference & Exhibition 2015
09 -11 February, 2015
Gulf International Convention Centre
Select the desired stand options
Company:
Name of Representative:
Mailing Address:
City:
Shell Scheme Package
Participation fee:
BD 1000 or US$ 2650 (per 6m2)
Telephone:
Option A
Position:
Country:
Mobile:
Postal Code:
Fax:
No. of Stands Required
Email:
Products or services to be displayed:
Signature:
Date:
Booked Shell Space
Participation includes:
White wall panels 2.4m high, carpet floor,
2 tables with three chairs, adequate lighting,
one 240 volt power socket.
Note: All efforts will be made to accommodate your stand location request based on availability
Please forward your booking form to: The Conference Secretariat, BICSR 2015
Bahrain Society of Engineers, P O Box 835, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain. Tel: +973 17 810733, Fax: +973 17 827475 Email: bseng@batelco.com.bh
Method of Payment
Payment by one of the following must be included with the Registration Form:
Please send invoice to the organization mentioned above (attach authorisation)
Bank transfer - Bahrain Society of Engineers
AMEX
Master Card
VISA
Card Number:______________________________________________________________________Expiry Date__________________
Card Holder’s Name and Address (if different from above):_____________________________________________________________
Signature________________________________
Option B
Stand Space Only (min. 6m2)
Participation fee: BD 155 or US$ 415 (per m2)
Stand Nos.
IBAN A/C: BH47-NBOB-0000-0099-0659-91, National Bank of Bahrain, Swift Code NBOBBHBM,
Please debit my
Stand Nos.
Date___________________________________
Select desired stand numbers from exhibition
stand layout
Booked Shell Space
Participation does not include: Stand
construction except one 240 volt power supply.
(It is not permitted to use wall partitions of
adjacent stands.
Cancellation Policy:
A Sponsor / exhibitor may cancel their participation in the conference by giving conference organisers notice in writing. If the organizers receives notice of cancellation by 1st December 2014 or before the issue of the last conference brochure, there will only be a penalty
of 20% of the sponsorship / exhibition fee as cancellation charges.
If notice of cancellation is received after the issue of the last conference brochure or 1st December 2014 the Sponsor / exhibitor shall be obligated and must pay a cancellation charge of 50% of the total sponsorship / exhibition fee. If notice of cancellation is received
after 1st January 2015, the entire sponsorship / exhibition fee is due as cancellation charges. In the event of cancellation, organisers has the full right to use the space for their own convenience, including selling the space to another exhibitor, without rebate or allowance
to the cancelled exhibitor. The organiser assumes no responsibility for having included the name or description of the cancelled exhibitor in programmes, news releases, publicity or other materials.
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Sponsorship Benefits
Benefits
Prime
BHD 15,000
USD 40,000
Opening
Ceremony
Dinner
BHD 10,000
USD 27,000
Diamond
BHD 8,000
USD 21,500
Platinum
BHD 6,000
USD 16,000
Gold
BHD 5,000
USD 13,500
Luncheon
BHD 3,500
USD 9,350
Company will be honoured by the conference patron at the opening ceremony
Special
Plaque
Free exhibition stand
24 sqm
18 sqm
12 sqm
8 sqm
6 sqm
6 sqm
VIP invitations for the opening ceremony
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10
8
6
4
2
Free admission for delegates
10
8
6
4
2
1
1 full
Page
1 full
Page
1/2 Page
1/2 Page
1/4 Page
1/4 Page
Publicity materials included in conference pack
Free advertisement in the exhibition guide
Company logo in the conference hall sized proportionally to sponsorship category
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Sponsorship Form
2nd Bahrain International Corporate Social Responsibility
Conference & Exhibition 2015
09 -11 February, 2015
Gulf International Convention Centre
To co-sponsor the conference and exhibition
Please complete this form and fax it to +973 17 827475, attention of
The Conference Secretariat, Email: bseng@batelco.com.bh
Prime
Opening Ceremony Dinner
Diamond
Platinum
Gold
Luncheon
BHD 15,000 BHD 10,000 BHD 8,000 BHD 6,000 BHD 5,000 BHD 3,500 USD 40,000
USD 27,000
USD 21,500
USD 16,000
USD 13,500
USD 9,350
Company Name:
Contact Person:
Mailing Address:
City:
Telephone:
Signature:
Title:
Country:
Mobile:
Postal Code:
Fax:
Email:
Date:
Company Seal
Banker’s draft/ cheques payable to The Bahrain Society of Engineers
By bank transfer - A/c No. 99065991, National Bank of Bahrain,
Swift Code - NBOBBHBM, IBAN No. BH47-NBOB-0000-0099-0659-91
Sponsorship Coordinator
Bahrain Society of Engineers, P.O. Box 835, Manama, Kingdom of
Bahrain Tel: +973 1781 0733 Fax: +973 17827475,
Email: bseng@batelco.com.bh
Cancellation Policy:
A Sponsor / exhibitor may cancel their participation in the conference by giving conference organisers notice in writing. If the organizers receives notice of cancellation by 1st December 2014 or before the issue of the last conference brochure, there will only be a penalty
of 20% of the sponsorship / exhibition fee as cancellation charges.
If notice of cancellation is received after the issue of the last conference brochure or 1st December 2014 the Sponsor / exhibitor shall be obligated and must pay a cancellation charge of 50% of the total sponsorship / exhibition fee. If notice of cancellation is received
after 1st January 2015, the entire sponsorship / exhibition fee is due as cancellation charges. In the event of cancellation, organisers has the full right to use the space for their own convenience, including selling the space to another exhibitor, without rebate or allowance
to the cancelled exhibitor. The organiser assumes no responsibility for having included the name or description of the cancelled exhibitor in programmes, news releases, publicity or other materials.
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Hotel Information
10 Reasons why you should
attend this Conference
The conference and exhibition will be held at the Gulf International Convention & Exhibition
Centre, Gulf Hotel, Kingdom of Bahrain. The Gulf Hotel offers luxurious hospitality. A
landmark in Manama, just 10 minutes away from the Bahrain International Airport and
5 minutes from the City Centre. It offers 366 well-appointed rooms of gracious style,
uncompromising efficiency and thoughtful technology. The Gulf International Conference
& Exhibition Centre offers exhibition, meeting and pre-function areas with unequalled
state of the art facilities. The hotel houses many of Bahrain’s leading restaurants.
Accommodation Information
A block booking of rooms at the Gulf Hotel has been made for the participants during
the conference period and the special rates are listed below. To avail the special rates
please quote the conference name when making your hotel booking.
1.
Effectively develop integrated corporate citizenship strategies and programme.
2.
Competent meeting place for high level decision makers.
3.
Attract public and private funding to support community projects.
4.
One-on-one discussions that will inevitably lead to extended networking
opportunities for sharing knowledge.
5.
Conference Room Rates
Details
Bah. Din Learn through case studies and success stories presented by front-line executives
how CSR has become inevitable to successful organisations.
US$
Superior Room
60
160
Deluxe single room
70
185
Deluxe double/twin room
75
200
Grand Deluxe single room
80
213
Grand Deluxe double/twin room
85
226
Luxury single room
75
200
Luxury double/twin room
80
213
Platinum single room
100
266
Platinum double/ twin room
110
292
6.
Opportunity to participate in conference workshops that deliver tips and techniques
to help you implement innovation and improvement efforts.
7.
Cost and time effective by avoiding expensive trial-and-error learning and
exchanging it with proven guidelines for success.
8.
Obtain information critical to your job performance in the shortest possible time.
9.
Be equipped with the thinking, knowledge and expertise to get others in your
organization to think about what must be done rather than just act, react and
administer.
The room rates above are on a per room per night basis exclusive of breakfast and subject
to 15% service charge and 5% government levy. Airport pickup will be charged extra by
the hotel.
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10. Be able to stay in constant communication with the people you meet at CSR event
via our social media portals and event sites.
About Bahrain
Bahrain, an archipelago of 33 islands, is rich in
history ancient civilizations and is situated in the
Arabian Gulf, off the east coast of Saudi Arabia. The
country offers a fascinating blend of Eastern and
Western cultures. The capital Manama is a quite
modern cosmopolitan city, which boasts world
class restaurants, shopping centers, and tourist
attractions. The climate is hot in summer and mild in
winter. From November to April the weather is very
pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 15 to 24
degree centigrade. Arabic is the official language,
but English is widely used by most businesses.
Sponsors
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Conference Coordinator: Sumam Jovan
Bahrain Society of Engineers, Tel: +973 17810727, +973 17810733, Email: sumam@mohandis.org