LuLu kicks off 7-day Italian food festival

Updated 19 November 2017
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LuLu kicks off 7-day Italian food festival

LuLu Saudi Hypermarket is hosting an Italian food festival this week.
The “Extraordinary Italian Taste 2017” will be inaugurated by Luca Ferrari, ambassador of Italy to Saudi Arabia, at 7:30 p.m. at LuLu’s Murabba branch in Riyadh.
The week-long event is organized by LuLu Saudi Hypermarkets in association with the Italian Trade Agency. The objective is to “introduce and promote the foods and food habits of Italy among the local community as well as the large cross-section of ethnic communities hailing from various countries.”
Italian food products will be showcased in-store with the aim of increasing LuLu’s customer awareness and improving the penetration of Italy’s food brands and products throughout the Saudi market.
“The LuLu ‘Italian Taste 2017’ will give customers an opportunity to explore the unique Italian taste and products, such as sweets, pasta, coffee, olive oil and traditional cheeses and learn more about this fascinating culture,” a press release said.
“Special focus has also been given to display imported agricultural produce, cheese and other Deli products, dry groceries, Italian cooking ranges, other electrical appliances, house-ware, exquisite world-class collections of Italian perfumes and beauty accessories, latest and trendy range of fashion wear and footwear to suit all age groups.”
Live cooking stations will be manned by Italian chefs, where visitors can taste authentic Italian dishes.
“LuLu invites everyone to this seven-day grand event and hopes that its customers will have a pleasant and unforgettable shopping experience,” the press statement concluded.


ZMZM Society unveils visionary strategy and new identity

Top executives and management officials of ZMZM at a ceremony on Feb. 28 to unveil the new identity system of the society.
Updated 18 March 2019
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ZMZM Society unveils visionary strategy and new identity

ZMZM Society for Voluntary and Charitable Health Services recently unveiled its new strategy and identity, in line with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, aiming to tackle modern-day health care challenges.
The society, which has long been a recognized and trusted name, has renewed its commitment to providing integrated sustainable health care to people in need.
For almost 15 years, the Jeddah-based charity has worked to create innovative solutions that overcome everyday health care challenges — growing to become a formidable wealth of knowledge and experience dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all. While the original mission of ZMZM remains unchanged, due to the changing social, economic and technological climate, and to continue improving people’s lives, the society needed a fresh approach. 
In 2016, ZMZM initiated a detailed introspective examination of its strategy and operations. The strategic transformation has been well timed — lining up correctly with the charity sector cornerstone detailed within Vision 2030. As such, ZMZM’s transformation strategy aims to produce a stronger, more unified organization, one that is better equipped to tackle modern-day health care challenges.
A timely and systematic initiative within the charity’s strategic plan has been the structured development of a new multi-sensorial, institutional identity system, supported by an employee, volunteer and donor engagement platform.
Led by Professor Adnan bin Ahmed Albar, chairman of the board of directors, and attended by members of ZMZM and senior dignitaries, the new identity system was unveiled on Feb. 28. ZMZM used this event to usher in a new age for the group, its network of volunteers and medical experts, and the people ZMZM helps every day.
Chairman Prof. Albar said he is thrilled to be spearheading this new movement and vowed to keep ZMZM ahead of the economic and social changes that are occurring throughout the Kingdom. He said that he, along with ZMZM’s supporters, are determined to work harder than ever toward a brighter future for everyone.
Director-General of the Ministry of Labor and Social Development Abdullah bin Ahmed Al-Tawi praised the ambition and dedication of ZMZM, saying: “I appreciate the efforts of ZMZM, which began with in-depth studies that carefully considered the map of the future and resulted in a more prepared organization.”
The new direction is aligned to a simple truth: That everyone is entitled to live a happy, healthy life.
“ZMZM will bring its new identity to life through a series of strategic commitments. They include prioritizing community engagement, leveraging the power of effective collaboration, working with flawless precision, committing to continuous improvement and upholding the importance of meaningful accountability,” the society said in a statement.