Calling all schools: Aspire to present at Advantage Oman Competitiveness Forum in Muscat, Oman.

His Highness Sayyid Faisal Al Said, Chairperson, Advantage Oman has recently invited our director, Dr. Nick Owen MBE to present at the Advantage Oman Competitiveness Forum to be held between 30 November and 5 December 2013 in Muscat, Sultanate of Oman.

‘Advantage Oman’ an international competitiveness forum to discuss the critical importance of identity and vision, good governance, enterprise, education, sustainability and technology in creating a stronger, more robust, competitive Oman. Nick will be presenting on Aspire’s work in Life Long Learning and Enterprise and is looking forward to building new relationships and business opportunities in the Middle East and further afield.

Other colleagues from Australia, Singapore and the USA will also be contributing to the programme – as well as our very own Liverpool Chamber of Commerce with whom Aspire has been working with closely recently in the fields of international trade and business start up programmes. For further details about the programme please contact us at info@aspire-trust.org.

I will be taking the opportunity whilst I am out there to establish links with local schools – so if you would like to connect your school with schools in Oman, please get in touch!

Latest press information here.

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