The Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) revealed it has managed to attract 92 companies to the Kingdom.
Bahrain has attracted investments worth BHD 314 million ($830 million), state-run newspaper Al Ayam reported.
More than 4,700 jobs will be offered in the local market over the coming three years, the board.
During the first nine months of 2018, investments in Bahrain soared by 138%, as compared with the same period a year earlier.
The EDB has succeeded in attracting 76 companies with a total investment of $810 million, versus 71 firms with total investments worth BHD 733 million in 2017.
The investments were made in the sectors of manufacturing and logistics, tourism, real estate, education, healthcare, in addition to information technology and financial services.
CEO of the EDB Khalid Al Rumaihi said that the board has highlighted the main economic factors that lure investors and global firms to invest in the kingdom.
He indicated to the successful Gateway Gulf Investor Forum that showcased investments opportunities worth a combined $26 billion (BHD 9.8 billion) in a number of the vital economic sectors in Bahrain.
Al Rumaihi said he seeks to hold this forum every two years in a bid to promote Bahrain as an ideal destination for investments.