Feb 07 2011
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Bahrain Je t'aime - It's Francetastic!
07-02-11- The Bahraini French Business Club (CAFB) and the French Embassy held a press conference at the Capital Club revealing the updated program of events for the 2011 Bahrain French Week, thanking the Information Affairs Authority of the Kingdom of Bahrain for its generous support, with both TV and radio channels in Arabic and English. It was also an opportunity to showcase an exclusive preview of the international TV spot that will be broadcasted on TV5MONDE in order to promote the French festival being held in Bahrain across the globe.
The French Week 2011 is being held under the patronage of Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, President of the Bahraini Royal Equestrian and Races Capacity Team Leader and Royal Chairman of the Board of the Bahrain Olympic Committee. It will take place from February 23 to March 1, 2011 and is being organised by the Bahraini-French Business Club and the French Embassy in conjunction with the Alliance Francaise de Bahrein. Featuring a broad range of dynamic and exciting events across the island of Bahrain, the third edition of this spectacular event promises to be even bigger and better than ever before! Why not experience the taste of exquisite French cuisine or learn how to prepare your very own stylish dishes? Enjoy entertainment from famous international mime artists, magicians, musical bands, dancers, singers and much, much more! Browse the art galleries, photography and tapestry exhibitions or perhaps catch a popular French film with the opportunity to soiree with some of the stars of the screen. There's a whole range of sporting events to play in or simply spectate. Enter the top supermarkets for offers, promotions and displays of typical French fare. Own a business? There are lots of exciting opportunities to collaborate with overseas co-operations.
For lovers of all things French and for those new to the culture, the 2011 French Week
The Bahraini French Business Club was established in 2001 for business professionals with an ambition of building a strong relationship between Bahrain and France. Initiated by the Trade Commission of the French Embassy, the CAFB is a non-profit local association under Bahraini law providing a platform where Bahraini and French business personnel and corporate houses can interact with and exchange effective trade, legal, business and cultural dialogues. The club boasts close to 140 members belonging
to a wide spectrum of expertise within the economy and hosts monthly gatherings where top ranking businessmen, important decision makers and leading industry experts are invited as guest speakers. The CAFB also works closely with the French Embassy to help reach its target to promote French businesses in Bahrain.
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