WALID MADWAR

Managing Director, Metito, UAE

BIOGRAPHY

Walid is the Vice President Business Development of Metito Utilities, with the responsibility of overseeing the company’s development and operational activities in the utilities sector. He is also responsible for all bid preparations including all the technical, commercial, legal and financial elements. Walid joined Metito in 90’s, and was responsible for the development and successful implementation of sales and marketing strategies for EPC projects. He then worked in Ontario, Canada for 3 years in a Business Director Role development role at Stuart Energy Systems, which specialises in Hydrogen fuel cell industries in a market spanning North and South America. In 2003 Walid re-joined Metito as a General Manager and was responsible for the overall operation in Saudi and Bahrain. Walid has a BSc in Industrial Engineering from University of New Haven, USA.

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