Outward Bound Oman

Partners

Outward Bound Oman depends heavily on corporate support to fund the courses for young people. We believe that we offer a unique opportunity for meaningful corporate social investment, and that your investment is truly an investment in the future of Oman.

Our current partners are shown below. If you would like to join the team and support a school near you, and wish to find out more about our partnership programmes, please get in touch and we will come and talk to you.

  • Shell

    Shell

    Shell has been active in Oman since 1937. Our business activities in Oman range from managing relationships with our key stakeholders and associated ventures here in the Sultanate to research, learning & development and managing and executing extensive social investment programmes that contribute to the sustainable development of the country. Our office in Oman is based in Mina Al Fahal - Muscat.

  • Dentons

    Dentons

    Dentons is a global firm driven to provide you with the competitive edge in an increasingly complex and interconnected marketplace. We were formed by the March 2013 combination of international law firm Salans LLP, Canadian law firm Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP (FMC) and international law firm SNR Denton.

    Now clients benefit from more than 2,500 lawyers and professionals in 79 locations in 52 countries across Africa, Asia Pacific, Canada, Central Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Russia and CIS, the UK and the US who are committed to challenging the status quo to offer creative, actionable business and legal solutions.

  • Suhail Bahwan

    Suhail Bahwan Group

    The Suhail Bahwan Group was formed as Proprietorship Company in 1965 and today ranks as one of Oman’s foremost business houses. It has interests in engineering and construction, manufacturing and industrial investments, Information technology, trading and specialized services among others. The Group comprises of more than 40 companies with a combined currently annualized turnover of more than US$ 3 billion (2008) and employs over 15,000 personnel. Many of the Group companies are market leaders in their field, not only in Oman but in the entire Gulf Region. With the various fertilizer production projects, in Oman and internationally, currently under implementation, the group will eventually emerge as arguably the largest urea producer of the world.