RAK Ceramics showcases new tile collections at exhibition

Updated 10 November 2014

RAK Ceramics showcases new tile collections at exhibition

RAK Ceramics will be exhibiting its latest range of products at Saudi Build, the biggest business-to-business construction trade fair in the Kingdom.
The “world's largest ceramics manufacturer” has added a number of new collections to its extensive portfolio and will be taking these offerings along with its established classic designs to its Saudi customers who have made the country the company's largest export market.
"Saudi Build is one of the most important exhibitions that RAK Ceramics participates in as it is by far the largest foreign market for our products," said Abdallah Massaad, CEO, RAK Ceramics.
"The construction fair is the ideal forum for us to reveal our recently launched ranges of tiles and other lines, which will further strengthen our relationship with existing clients and create new business opportunities. Our success in the Kingdom can be attributed to offering collections that cater to the specific tastes and culture of the Saudi market and to back up our sales volumes with a comprehensive array of services," he added.
RAK Ceramics participation at this year's Saudi Build will see the company demonstrating its wares at a 150 sqm stand that will include new additions to its metallic, cement, wood, marble and wall tile collections along with a range of boutique tiles. Further, the company will be using the platform to launch tiles in new sizes.
RAK Ceramics will show off highlights from the latest range of auxiliary bathware products, which include Opulence, Elena, Metropolitan and Infinity ranges.
RAK Ceramics will also be launching resort bathware range first time for the Gulf market at the exhibition. Resort bathware is a new sanitaryware range featuring next generation rimless design. Additionally, RAK Ceramics will launch a new bathware suite during the exhibition.


AMC launches Saudi Arabia’s first cinema loyalty program

Updated 15 January 2020

AMC launches Saudi Arabia’s first cinema loyalty program

AMC Cinemas has launched the first cinema loyalty program, along with a website and mobile application, in Saudi Arabia, ensuring that all updates and information are available for movie lovers here.

The loyalty program, AMC Da’era, is a first-of-its-kind experience that has been built specifically for the Saudi cinema goer. The app is designed to offer a personalized experience for each guest. With points being earned for every single riyal spent in AMC Cinemas, members keep ascending through each of the tiers by moving from Inner Circle to Select Circle and finally Elite Circle. Alongside each tier, the perks and benefits continue to expand from birthday, anniversary gifts, F&B discounts, free refills, and chances to win tickets to screenings and grand opening events. 

Being a member of AMC Da’era will give users a privilege to be the first to know about any advance tickets and cinema openings via a weekly newsletter.

Users can join AMC Da’era by signing with an AMC account on amccinemas.com or the AMC Cinemas app on iOS.

The new website amccinemas.com is set to be a one-stop digital hub for movie news and schedules in all AMC Cinemas, featuring advanced search tools that allow guests to narrow down their search and select a movie based on the name of the movie or the desired location. The handy booking system allows users to effortlessly purchase and book tickets online and once the transaction is completed, the tickets will be dropped into the visitors’ digital wallet. Moreover, the live chat option provides immediate real time support to help solve any problems and deliver all required information. 

The site also highlights any new food and drinks promotions for customers to benefit from. The new “Remind Me” function will keep cinema lovers always up to date. The website has been designed to be quite similar to amctheaters.com, the most visited entertainment site in the US.

“AMC Cinemas’ mobile application will allow guests to finalize everything in a seamless and speedy way. With a wide range of features that are available in both Arabic and English languages, booking a movie in AMC Cinemas will become a fun and on-the-go process,” a statement said.

AMC currently operates two theaters in Riyadh. According to Adom Aron, CEO of AMC, the company plans to open between eight and 10 theaters by June, between 12 and 20 theaters next year, and 50 theaters in the next three to four years.