GAA holds training for new Saudi recruits

GAA’s training program was attended by its newly recruited Saudi employees.
Updated 11 September 2018
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GAA holds training for new Saudi recruits

Gulf Advantage Automobiles (GAA) recently held a training program for its newly recruited Saudi employees. The company said the initiative aimed at supporting the Kingdom’s goal of “building a vibrant society, which preserves its heritage while ensuring a good quality of life in today’s competitive world.”

The training is part of the company’s continuous efforts to attract and nurture Saudi talents in support of Saudi Vision 2030’s overarching aim to create new job opportunities, achieve job stability, and ensure promising and prosperous careers for the Saudi youth. Through these programs, GAA also aims to improve its services and increase the level of satisfaction provided to its customers. “These programs will reflect positively through the quality of services offered to all Renault customers across the Kingdom,” the company said in a press release.

GAA emphasized the importance of the training courses to qualify new employees, provide them with essential career opportunities and the chance to develop their skills and capabilities. The company aims to provide the best services to its customers while nurturing a suitable and encouraging environment where Saudi talents can grow and flourish.

The training program held in Riyadh for one week included improving sales skills, product knowledge, customer service, and after-sales services. 

“Gulf Advantage Automobiles continuously seeks to attract Saudi talents, male and female, across its showrooms in the various cities of the Kingdom. It strives to provide a stimulating work environment for them, and offer many excellent training programs to encourage them for career advancement in reaching senior management positions,” the company said.

“By organizing an employee training program, GAA spurred positive employee competitiveness and enthusiasm for higher efficiency and better effectiveness transforming Renault’s team in Saudi Arabia into a more customer-centric unit,” the press release said.

 


Jabal Omar Address Makkah opens sale of hotel units

The two towers of Jabal Omar Address Makkah are within walking distance from the Grand Mosque.
Updated 17 November 2018
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Jabal Omar Address Makkah opens sale of hotel units

Saudi real estate developer Jabal Omar Development Company has launched the sale of luxury hotel units in Jabal Omar Address Makkah, as part of its ongoing marketing campaigns across Saudi Arabia.

In a three-day exhibition in Alkhobar, the company offered customers and visitors promotions and soft-selling programs for the 741 units of Jabal Omar Address Makkah, diversified into hotel rooms, suites and penthouses, which are available for freehold ownership.

The two towers of Jabal Omar Address Makkah occupy a strategic location; they are within walking distance from the Grand Mosque and are operated by Address Hotels & Resorts Group.

Each of the two towers consists of 609 deluxe rooms, 131 suites, and a penthouse. The north tower is home to Jabal Omar Address Makkah hotel, while the south tower is a luxurious freehold property, allowing buyers to purchase as an investment or use while being managed by Jabal Omar Address Makkah. The towers sit on an area of over 5,000 square meters, including a commercial center area with shops that feature local, regional and international commercial and retail brands as well as food courts and restaurants.

The selection of Address Hotels & Resorts Group to manage the property is in line with the strategic objectives of Jabal Omar Development Company, which is to make the Jabal Omar project a destination for people from around the Islamic world.

“Jabal Omar Address will help meet the growing demand for luxury accommodations in Makkah by offering luxury hospitality services to guests and visitors of the holy city in accordance with the highest international standards,” the company said.

“The luxury residential units are facing an increasing demand, reflecting the keenness of customers to own and acquire these residential units that have direct views of the Grand Mosque.”