Prince Khaled Al-Faisal honors Makkah Prize’s strategic partner STC



Arab News

Published — Monday 21 May 2012

Last update 23 May 2012 9:47 pm

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Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, governor of Makkah province, has honored STC Group for its outstanding role as the strategic partner of the 2nd Annual Makkah Prize of Excellence that aims at increasing competition and creativity by giving recognition in scientific, agricultural, economic and community fields.
"STC group is privileged and honored to receive the award from the governor of Makkah region," Nawaaf Al-Shalani, GM, corporate communication of STC Group, said on the occasion.
"STC Group appreciates the award's noble message and is committed to support its vision that aims at rewarding the significant contributions and substantial efforts to encourage outstanding work from individuals, groups, and organizations. This is all the more important because the award's ideals are aligned with the spirit of Islamic principles that values the working ethics of increasing efficiency, productivity and competitiveness," he added.
Al-Shalani added that the STC group recognizes Prince Khaled Al-Faisal's efforts to support the award's overall designed objectives.

 

 

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