Mr. Bob Thaker
Entrepreneur & Lecturer
The National Trading House WLL
My job is to direct and control the Company’s operations and to give strategic guidance and direction to ensure that the Company achieves its mission and objectives. I watch over workflow and resources of the company and ensure the recruitment and retention of the company’s manpower. I provide strategic guidance not only to the managerial positions including mid-level staff. This is to keep them aware of developments within the industry and to ensure that appropriate policies are developed to meet company’s mission and objective. I establish and maintain formal and informal links with the major customers, relevant government department, and agencies, local authorities, key decision makers to exchange information & views, to ensure that the Company is providing the appropriate range of quality of services
The National Trading House W.L.L. is one of the leading companies in the office products market in Bahrain. Established over 58 years ago, we have in our arsenal a host of international products. Our wide and diverse product and service ranges combined with our commitment to excellence make the National Trading House W.L.L. one of the premier office products companies in Bahrain.
NATIONAL TRADING HOUSE W.L.L. has six subdivisions:
The University of Strathclyde, Graduate School of Business, U.K.
Hassaram Rajumal College, University of Bombay, India
|Name||B. C. Thaker|
|Address||P.O. Box 372, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain|
|Telephone||Office +973 17-736363
Home +973 17-274405
|Cell phone||+973 3945 2129|
|Fax||+973 17 736262|
|LinkedIn Account||Bob Thaker|
|Date of Birth||October 6, 1962|
|Marital status||Married, 2 children|
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