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Arton Capital Partners With Harvard Business School Alumni of GCC

Arton Capital Partners With Harvard Business School Alumni of GCC

Arton Capital is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

The HBS Alumni of GCC promotes collaboration among the Harvard Business School, HBS alumni, government and business leadership, and the local community in the GCC and Middle East, and aims to provide business activities and education through annual initiatives, seminars, conferences, research projects and networking events.

Arton Capital empowers the future generations of leaders to become global citizens. “Harvard has hand-picked and educated some of world’s brightest people, and through our partnership we seek to further contribute to their alumni development by offering valuable guidance on becoming responsible global citizens,” shared John Hanafin, CEO of Arton Capital.

We look forward to the fruits of this exciting collaboration!


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