Bahrain’s Minister for Electricity and Water Affairs Minister Dr. Abdulhussain Mirza received MTI Consulting Chief Executive Officer Hilmy Cader and discussed the company’s contribution in the field of consultancy and working on the development of management systems.
The Minister praised the company’s high standards and stressed that the Electricity and Water Authority had always sought to develop manpower capabilities and provide them with the latest developments in training programs. The Minister’s Adviser on technical and engineering affairs Dr. Abdul Majeed Abdul Karim Habib, was present.
The ‘birth’ of MTI was in Bahrain in 1997 and in the last 19 years, using Bahrain as the base, MTI has carried out assignments in 43 countries. The strategic location of Bahrain (with convenient access to Europe, Asia and Africa) and the Country’s business friendly environment has helped companies like MTI to develop and operate a global business from the ‘heart’ of the Gulf.
MTI advises clients on strategy, re-structuring, corporate finance, HRM, Marketing and services include research, analytics, executive search and training. MTI’s multi-national resources pool comprises of Strategists, Analysts, Researchers, Industry Specialists and Functional Specialists. MTI has continued to engage in thought leadership and research, having presented at over 100 conferences and symposiums around the world. ‘The MTI Way’ defines the unique way in which MTI thinks, relates and acts – in pursuit of providing outstanding value to clients.
Bahrain’s Minister for Electricity and Water Affairs Minister Dr. Abdulhussain Mirza with MTI CEO Hilmy Cader, along with Dr. Abdul Majeed Abdul Karim Habib, the Minister’s Advisor