3BL Associates Announces Wharton Partnership for Business Survey

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Leena Al Olaimy, Managing Director of 3BL with Pankaj Paul, Managing Editor of Arabic Knowledge@Wharton
Leena Al Olaimy, Managing Director of 3BL with Pankaj Paul, Managing Editor of Arabic [email protected] Photo: supplied

Manama, Bahrain: 3BL ‘Triple Bottom Line’ Associates (3BL)— a Bahrain-based social impact consultancy and think-do-tank, has announced a media partnership with Arabic [email protected], the online journal of the Ivy League Wharton School of Business, for the first annual Bahrain Responsible Business Survey.

The Bahrain Responsible Business Survey, which was recently launched, aims to identify the understanding of responsible business, and the level of corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

Commenting on the partnership, Pankaj Paul, Managing Editor of Arabic [email protected] and General Manager of Wharton Center Abu Dhabi, said, ”This partnership furthers Arabic [email protected]’s commitment to the Middle East, and our goal of providing an understanding of the region’s growing importance in the global economy.”

Leena Al Olaimy, Co-Founder and Managing Director of 3BL added, “Arabic [email protected] provides very rich region-specific intellectual content. Naturally, we are thrilled to have their support of our research on responsible business practices—a topic which is now more important and timely than ever.

“We hope this partnership is the first of many collaborations between our organizations, and we look forward to a long-term relationship,” she concluded.

Anyone working in Bahrain can participate in the Bahrain Responsible Business Survey by visiting: http://responsiblebusinessbh.questionpro.com/

The survey results and analysis will be made freely available to the public, and the Bahrain Responsible Business Survey will also feature a selection of case studies profiling the most cutting-edge local, regional and international companies operating in Bahrain, and that have adopted CSR in innovative ways.


About 3BL Associates Consultancy: 3BL Associates was co-founded by Leena Al Olaimy and Tariq Al Olaimy, and established in joint partnership with Al Muqla Investments and the Gulf Marcom Group (GMG). 3BL Associates is a social impact consultancy which works with private, public, and social sectors to simultaneously generate business and social value. The consultancy’s services include Corporate Citizenship, Stakeholder Engagement, and Sustainability Reporting according to the most widely used Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework.  Since its establishment, the consultancy has worked with a number of industry sectors including Professional Services, IT, Energy, Media and Financial Services. 3BL also collaborates with a number of regional and international partner institutions to promote the development of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Leadership in the MENA region.

Please visit www.3blassociates.com or e-mail [email protected] for further information.

About Arabic [email protected]: Arabic [email protected] is the Middle East

edition of the [email protected] network. Since its launch in 1999, [email protected], the Wharton School’s award-winning online journal of business research and analysis, has evolved from a single website into a network of sites that provide cutting-edge knowledge and timely business analysis to more than 1.7 million registered users in 200 countries. The [email protected] Network includes five editions: for the U.S., published from Philadelphia; Universia [email protected], which is published in Spanish, Portuguese and English; China [email protected], offered in simplified and traditional Chinese, as well as English; India [email protected] and the latest edition, Arabic [email protected] (covering Middle East and North Africa). The subscriber base of the [email protected] Global Network includes senior executives at Fortune Global 500 and Fortune U.S. 100 companies, among other high level managers, as well as leaders from government, academia and the media.

Please visit knowledge.wharton.upenn.edu/Arabic/ 



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