Manara Developments' new corporate identity unveiled

DUBAI - Manara Developments, the new Bahrain-based real estate development company, unveiled the company's new corporate identity in the presence of company officials, guests and media representatives.

The company is a joint venture which seeks to bring new insights, perspective and a people-centric approach to real estate locally, regionally and on a global level.

The company strives to deploy, as far as possible, replenishable local resources as well as efficient design, construction and environmental technologies to deliver socially responsible projects.

Officially launching Manara Developments, Yousif Taqi, Chairman of the company, said, "We view things from people's perspectives and that helps ensure that we take into consideration all who are touched by our developments."

He further mentioned, "In an era where development is no longer about land alteration but adaptation and no longer about buildings but building sustainable communities, Manara Developments has entered the market with a new approach to real estate - an 'All Considered" philosophy -to develop new living environs that fulfil the environmental, socio-economic and cultural needs of each community we build."

Unveiling the new corporate identity Kareem M. Shamma, CEO of Manara Developments said, "This is an exciting time for us as we unveil our corporate identity and ignite our new brand - a brand we are very proud of, and which we feel personifies the shared vision of the people who formed the company and communicates our core values. Our logo is a stylised half-lighthouse and half-human with open arms encompassing our unique and sustainable brand promise of 'All Considered' - the promise that we will keep the best interests of the community in mind and take into consideration all who are touched by our developments."

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