Invita, Impulse International form $3.5m JV

June 24, 2014 1:47 am

Bahrain-based Invita and Kuwaiti firm Impulse International has announced setting a new joint venture, called Invita Kuwait, with a capital of KD1m ($3.54m), Gulf Daily News has reported. The new JV will combine knowledge and experience with latest technology in call centres to develop solutions that will help companies enhance communication with customers, said Invita chairman Rashad Akbari. Invita, a fully owned subsidiary of BBK, is a contact centre and business process outsourcing firm, and Impulse International is owned by National Technology Enterprises Co, which is a subsidiary of the Kuwait Investment Authority.