Holding a visa does not guarantee you entry to the Kingdom of Bahrain. You must meet all of the conditions upon arrival to be granted entry. In the event that entry is not granted, no part of the fee will be refunded. Payment of the application fee does not guarantee the approval of a visa. In the event of an application not being approved, the processing fee will not be refunded.
All passport holders should ensure their passport is valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Bahrain, and carry onward or return air tickets. Exhibitors are advised to carry a letter of authority from their company referring to the exhibition.
VISA INVITATION LETTER
If you require a visa invitation letter from the organisers to support your application, please complete the Visa Invitation Letter Form here Please note the application form for visa invitation letters is only available to registered attendees. To complete the application form you will need your unique Registration Key found in your registration confirmation email.
Journalists, media and accompanying crew members are required to register for a media visa in advance of their visit to Bahrain. Applications should be made directly to the Department of International Media Affairs for Foreign Media at the Bahrain Information Affairs Authority. For further information on requirements and to apply online for a media visa, please visit the Bahrain Information Affairs website
If require further assistance from the Organisers with your application, please contact: [email protected]
The Organisers cannot be held responsible for any visitor who fails to obtain a visa as they are issued entirely at the discretion of the Bahraini authorities.
Panel 2: Unlocking the Promise of Youth: How the Youth Are Advancing Sustainability
Sunday, 19 February 2023, 11:00-12:00
As the youth face this era of changes, they hold the key to creating a better future. This panel empowers the youth to drive the conversation on Sustainability in order to orchestrate a sustainable ecosystem for the region and themselves through the value of their work. This conversation will discuss how can the youth contribute to achieve our sustainable development goals, how can they create an impact locally among business lines/universities/communities, how can they shape their voices and be each other’s inspiration “The ripple effect.”
Rabab Al M
Committee Member – Young Professionals & Students Committee
Dr. Hisham Al Siyabi
Energy & Environmental General Manager – PDO
HH Princess Noura AlSaud
Founding Partner, Aeon Strategy (Virtual)
Rumaitha Al Busaidi
Director, Environment Society of Oman
Green Energy & Environmental Policy Department / Environment Science, Sustainability – Saudi Aramco