Oud Elite among Kingdom’s Top 100 Most Popular Brands



ARAB NEWS

Published — Thursday 6 February 2014

Last update 6 February 2014 12:36 am

| نسخة PDF Print News | A A

Oud Elite, one of the largest oriental perfume brands in the GCC, was recently voted one of the Top 100 Most Popular Brands in Saudi Arabia, in a national survey conducted by Aseer Press and Publishing Establishment.
The survey aimed to key out the most popular Saudi brands based on well-defined criteria relating to practical experience, professional background and corporate reputation.
Oud Elite has seen remarkable success with increase in demand on its products and significant expansion across the local and GCC markets, establishing 205 branches in only 6 years.
The company was honored in an official ceremony in Riyadh with the support of Abdulaziz bin Mohieddin Khoja, minister of culture and information, in the presence of Prince Bandar bin Khaled Al-Faisal, chairman of Aseer Est., prominent personalities, leading figures, businessmen and representatives of government sector and media.
During the ceremony, Oud Elite was granted four awards for its Kano, Elite, Hayatak and Fatima perfumes, which have witnessed a remarkable turnover in the Saudi and Gulf markets.
Celebrating the new milestone, Oud Elite is offering a 50 percent discount on all products of the finest oriental and French perfumes, incense, oud oil and gifts, catering to its customers who act as the true contributors to the company’s leadership and excellence in the perfume industry.
The recognition complements the expansion strategy adopted by Oud Elite to promote its strong presence in key markets and position itself among the leading brands in Saudi Arabia and GCC region.
The company is currently looking to extend its presence in the regional retail market and increase the number of branches across Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Qatar and Oman.

What's happening around Saudi Arabia

JEDDAH: A Saudi citizen was killed in shelling fired across the border from Yemen into the southwest of Saudi Arabia on Sunday, local media reported.A shell fell on a house around dawn in Najran province, civil defense department spokesman Ali bin Om...
JEDDAH: Female voters in Al-Ahsa have urged the authorities handling the municipal elections to drop the condition of presenting the national identity card while enrolling themselves in the voters’ list. Some women in Madinah too have appealed for mo...
JEDDAH: After the recent incident of a rat eating from a bowl at a well-known food outlet in a Jeddah mall came to light, residents have called for food hygiene ratings of restaurants and roadside eateries across the city.Although the municipality wo...
JEDDAH: A muezzin (one who recites the Adhaan) of a Riyadh mosque recently sprung a surprise in the Austrian tourist town of Zell am See by his Adhaan after taking permission from members of a musical band.Social media is abuzz with the news and vide...
RIYADH: A Sri Lankan national, who works as a cleaner in the Kingdom, was commended and rewarded by the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTNH) for returning a bag containing gold to its owner.“Prince Sultan bin Salman, president o...
RIYADH: Bangladesh State Minister for Foreign Affairs Mohammed Shahriar Alam arrived in Jeddah on Sunday to meet with his Saudi counterpart Nizar Madani on Monday.On arrival at the royal terminal, the minister was received by Director General of the...
RIYADH: A report of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage predicts the rate of growth in job opportunities in the country's tourism sector between 2010 and 2020 will be 10 percent a year as compared to a global growth rate of 2.5 per...
JEDDAH: Two million meningitis vaccines have been distributed among health centers in 20 governorates and provinces across the Kingdom for domestic Haj pilgrims.It is mandatory for all pilgrims to be vaccinated against meningitis and for those coming...
RIYADH: Some 1,500 certified documents with proper identity are issued on average to Yemenis from the Jazan region daily. More than 400,000 Yemenis have corrected their residency status from all parts of the Kingdom.The announcement was made during a...
JEDDAH: The Makkah governorate has announced four new road projects linking Makkah and Jeddah. The new roads will facilitate smoother and faster travel between the cities.An estimated 35 million people will benefit from the projects, which will inclu...
JEDDAH: A major disaster is waiting to happen in the fish market of Madinah because of the callous attitude of traders toward handling of gas cylinders. A visit to the market presents a dreadful picture of cylinders kept on top of each other without...
JEDDAH: Information and Culture Minister Adel Al-Toraifi has approved the appointment of Khalid Bo-Ali as editor in chief of the Eastern Province-based Alsharq Arabic newspaper. He was nominated for the post by the board of directors of the newspaper...
JEDDAH: Jamil Farsi, head of the Gold and Jewelry Committee at the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI), says he expects 3,000 job opportunities to be created for Saudi women in the jewelry design and gold sector across the Kingdom, with ab...
JEDDAH: More than 50 visually challenged people successfully performed Umrah with the help of the Ebsar Foundation for the Visually Impaired and the Ambassadors of Volunteers organization under their program “Umrah for the visually impaired,” which w...
JEDDAH: Although the Ministry of Labor is opening its doors to receive complaints from private sector employees, many Saudi females employed in cosmetic and perfume shops in Madinah are not making complaints about being overworked due to fear of losi...

Stay Connected

Facebook