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+973 Market

+973 Market " Event took place on 14, 15, 16&17 March  2018 opening was under patronage of HE Shaikh Khaled Bin Humood Alkhalifa. Event hosted famous Bahraini Food truck, designers,play area and all entrance remitted from this event goes to charity purpose. " Bahrain Trust Foudation". Akbar alkhaleej and Alayaam newspaper covered the event and had it published, event showed a lot of response  from diffrent sectors of the Bahraini society and was huge success to +973 Artisanat 

  14 Mar 2018 Read More  

Annual Festival top notch

"Annual Festival top notch" Event took place on 3, 4 & 5 Dec 2017 opening was under the patronage of her highness Shaikha Nayla bint hamad Alkhalifa. Event hosted famous Bahraini and Kuwaiti entrepreneurs. Akbar Alkhaleej and BNA newspapers covered the event and had it published, event showed a lot of response from different sectors of the Bahraini society and was huge success to Artisant +973.

  3 Dec 2017 Read More  

Khaleejis in B-Town 

Khaleejis in B-town” Event took place on 26 April – 2 May   2018 opening was under the patronage of HH Shaikh Thajba bint salman Alkhalifa. Event hosted famous Bahraini & Khaleejis designers for month of ramdhan collection. Akbar Alkhaleej and Alayaam newspapers covered the event and had it published, event showed a lot of response from different sectors of the Bahraini society and was huge success to Artisant +973

  26 Apr 2018 Read More  

NEW ARRIVAL - REMIX COLLECTION

REDEFINE THE NEW JEWELRY RULES Swarovski revamps for Fall with the Remix collection – a versatile assortment of adaptable strands empowering women to express their individual style

personality and attitude. Customizable chains form necklaces, wrap bracelets, and chokers via innovative invisible magnetic closures to let the most unique you shine through.

  20 Nov 2017 Read More  

TWO KUWAITI DESIGNERS HAVE JOINED A GROUP OF 18 BAHRAINI ENTREPRENEURS

TWO Kuwaiti designers have joined a group of 18 Bahraini entrepreneurs who are showcasing a host of locally-made products and designs. Fashion designers Nora Al Hathran and Emanmoon are taking part in an exhibition called +973 Artisanat Creative Entrepreneurs, which is an initiative that falls under the Wihda Wahda (Let’s Unite) campaign. The three-month exhibition, which will run until the end of July, aims to promote young Bahraini artists and develop their talents. It showcases works of art, handicrafts, sculptures, paintings, home furniture and appliances, fashion and accessories. “This exhibition has set the bar high as it provides products of a different level,” said exhibition director Dr May Al Otaibi, who is also Mayasem Communications chief executive. “The Kuwaiti designs were exhibited to challenge the Bahraini participants to bring out their best.” Among the exhibitors were Bahraini duo Essam Fadhul and Mohammed Abudrees, who co-founded Wood Jewellery together because they wanted to create the perfect gifts for their wives. “We are crazy about wood, especially saj wood and rosewood, so we decided to carve a unique accessory to show our appreciation to our wives, and that is how it all started,” said Mr Fadhul. “The main reason we took part in this artisan destination is to increase and encourage local production.” Another exhibitor was Elham Kamal, who created JJ Love, a children’s clothing line that was named after the initials of her two daughters. “I started designing gargaoun outfits for my family and friends, who have pushed me to go further and start my own business,” she said. “All my accessories are imported from outside of Bahrain because I want my customers to wear items that they would never find in any other outlet in the country.” The exhibition is being sponsored by the Industry and Commerce Ministry in collaboration with Tamkeen and is being held at +973 Gallery in Juffair.

  7 Apr 2015 Read More  

PRINCESS SABEEKA OPENS NEW +973 ARTISANAT

Princess Sabeeka Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of His Majesty King Hamad bin Issa Al Khalifa of Bahrain, and president of the Supreme Council for Women (SCW), has reaffirmed the resolve of giving Bahraini youths, males and females, an equal opportunity to showcase their talent and channel their activities in way that contributes to building the kingdom’s future. She said this while inaugurating last week the second edition of the Artisanat of the creative entrepreneur +973 (+973 Artisanat), an initiative that falls under the “Wehda Wahda” unity campaign.

She praised the support of the industry and commerce ministry and Tamkeen for such a pioneering project. She was informed about the products showcased by Bahraini participants and briefed on ways of marketing them. +973 Artisanat is an initiative to create a multibrand concept showcasing Bahraini-made products by independent craftsmen. The objective is to implement a youth empowerment initiative that aims to stimulate national entrepreneurship by harnessing local talent and building local brands. Exhibition highlights dangers of drugs Education Minister Dr Majid bin Ali Al Nuaimi opened last week an exhibition to raise awareness on harmful effects of drugs. Around 26 high schools, a number of government bodies, societies and therapeutic centres participated in the event which was held at the ministry’s Isa Town Hall. The minister toured around the exhibition that showcased the students’ works and illustrations regarding the negative effects of drugs. He said organising such exhibitions was in line with the ministry’s keenness to raise the students’ awareness on drugs. He said that the student services directorate had held 27 informative lectures, prepared flyers, brochures and pamphlets highlighting dangers of drugs. The objective is to implement a youth empowerment initiative that aims to stimulate national entrepreneurship by harnessing local talent and building local brands. AGU hosts seminar on expats’ issues College Medicine and Medical Sciences (CMMS) at the Arabian Gulf University (AGU) hosted the Migrant Workers Protection Society (MWPS) where MWPS’s chairperson Marietta Dias and MWPS’s general-secretary Beverley Hamadeh highlighted migrant workers’ conditions in Bahrain. Vice Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Medical Sciences for Scientific Research Professor Randa Hamadeh said that the seminar has been organsised to link CMMS’s scientific syllabus with the Gulf community and is in line with CMMS’s philosophy of education. MWPS’s general-secretary reviewed society’s efforts in protecting expatriates rights.

  4 May 2014 Read More  

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