Bahrain: Beyon, the largest communications and IT Company, launched

His Excellency Shaikh Salman bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, the Minister of Finance and National Economy and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company emphasized the importance of the communications and information technology sector in supporting the national economy. In particular, he highlighted efforts from the Kingdom’s various development initiatives.

He made the statement during a ceremony to announce the launch of Beyon, on 13 December, in Bahrain. Beyon, the largest communications and information technology company in the Kingdom of Bahrain, is the parent company for Batelco, the Beyon Digital Companies, and Batelco’s International Investments.

During the ceremony, Beyon was officially launched by unveiling the new logo, which lit up directly on the event hall’s large screens. Coinciding with the official launch, the Beyon logo was displayed in several locations in the Kingdom including the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, Bahrain International Circuit, and the company’s headquarters building in Hamala.

Shaikh Abdulla bin Khalifa Al Khalifa, Chairman of Beyon and Batelco said, “We are proud to see the realization of a long-held vision with the launch of Beyon. Over recent years, we have been implementing an ambitious strategy, which includes diversifying business operations to go beyond the company’s core business while maintaining Batelco’s position as a leading telecoms company. This strategy has resulted in the launch of four new digital firms during the past year; Beyon Money, Beyon Solutions, Beyon Cyber and Beyon Connect.”

The four Beyon digital companies are already changing the digital landscape in Bahrain. They are all responding to the needs of the public and private sectors in the Kingdom, while also taking innovative products and services to the region. Beyon aims to become a name synonymous with innovation and digital efficiency, not only in Bahrain but across the region and beyond.


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