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Why Join The BBF?
Members of The British Business Forum enjoy full access to the members area of our website where they can connect and contact one another. BBF members are invited to our monthly meetings (on the first Sunday of each month), where like minded business people in Muscat meet and share ideas.
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The British Business Forum in the Sultanate of Oman was established over twenty years ago as a group for business people with the objective of exchanging views and opinions about existing and potential business opportunities in the Sultanate and how best to promote trade between the United Kingdom and Oman. Each month BBF host an event in association with the UK Trade & Investment section of the British Embassy.
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Bring your membership cards with you for free entry – 5 OMR for non-members.
Membership subscriptions for 2017 are due at the 3rd. December meeting
To confirm your attendance of this event click here to fill out the event attendance form, or alternatively please reply to the invitation email that was sent to you. Thank you - David Burton
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