He is the Chairman and Founder of Al-Hayat Group which was established in the 1980s Al Hayat Group has been representing global companies in the Middle East for over 25 years. Maintaining its heritage of a family-owned business, the Group has nonetheless evolved into a truly successful regional and international enterprise.

Sayed Al Alawi is an experienced businessman with extensive regional and international networks who have successfully propelled various start-up ventures into industry leaders with record-breaking growth and expansion with highly competitive markets.

He is also the Managing Director of Al Alawi Group of Companies founded in the early 1930s by his late father. Today the group has emerged as one of the most diversified and highly regarded business houses in Gulf Region and beyond. Mr. Al Alawi has been responsible for the strategic direction and the driving forces behind the development of his family business. He is widely recognized for the role he has played in expanding the group’s portfolio towards a more diversified and globalized model.

His group of companies is well-diversified and active in the fields of advertising, marketing public relations, IT and telecom, construction, general contracting, electrical and mechanical divisions, manufacturing, printing, property development, real state and investment, travel and fashion.

Hadi Al Alawi is also the Executive Chairman of Fly.bh, the Chairman of Mackenzie Forbes Group, a Board member of Innovative Film City, Chairman of the Executive Committee of Ebrahim Abdulaal Group of Companies, the Executive Chairman of Build Block Middle East, Founder and Board member of Bahrain Family Business Association, a member and former President of the Matama Rotary Club, Founder Member of Manama Charity Fund and a Board member and a shareholder of various companies worldwide.

He is also a member of the Advisory Committee of various organizations and he has been the main speaker in a lot of different international conferences and forums.

He is an elected fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA) since 2020.