Dar Al-Hekma students receive Qimam award

The students were shortlisted among the 50 fellows out of 13,000 applicants.
Updated 04 August 2018

Dar Al-Hekma students receive Qimam award

Three students from Dar Al-Hekma University in Jeddah have been selected for the Qimam Fellowship Program, which empowers high-potential university students in the Kingdom.

Nouf Hassan Al-Malki, Rawan Al-Marwani Al-Juhani and Lamia Al-Otaibi were among 50 students chosen from 13,000 applicants. The program selects students from all specializations at local universities based on three criteria: excellence, initiative and social responsibility.

The three young women were honored during a special ceremony and presented with the Qimam medal for promising leaders in recognition of their outstanding performance. The students’ profiles will be shared with leading human resources executives in the Kingdom to broaden their career opportunities.

They also had 12 days of  in-person intensive training and mentorship in Riyadh by executives and accomplished professionals from leading companies such as the Saudi Telecom Company and Bab Rizq Jameel, in addition to attending workshops  building a successful career in the area of their choice.

The Qimam Fellowship Program, launched last June, aims to identify, develop and empower the most promising and distinguished university students in and from the Kingdom to reach their full potential. 

It is supported by 14 leading national and international companies from the public and private sectors and provides the selected students with one-on-one mentoring from senior corporate leaders, leadership training by professionals from renowned companies, visits to the Saudi Arabian offices of leading national and international companies and, membership of the Qimam Alumni Network.

More than 50 leading executives from both sectors have volunteered to provide one-on-one mentoring and help students to build a successful career.


Jamjoom Group is Hino wholesaler in Saudi Arabia

Updated 2 min 38 sec ago

Jamjoom Group is Hino wholesaler in Saudi Arabia

Toyota Tsusho Corporation has established a Saudi Arabian wholesaler and retailer for Hino Motors, Ltd. trucks in partnership with local conglomerate Jamjoom Group. The wholesaler, Tsusho Jamjoom Trading Company (TJT), began full-scale sales activities in October as the first-ever Japanese-owned truck wholesaler in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Arabia, one of the leading oil-producing countries in the Middle East, is pursuing Vision 2030 as its economic and social reform strategy to reduce dependence on oil production and diversify industry. Amid this reform, local truck demand continues to expand,
and currently Saudi Arabia accounts for 50 percent of the commercial vehicle market in the
Middle East. 

In 1972, Toyota Tsusho began exporting Hino trucks to Saudi Arabia, partnering with Jamjoom Group, which was the local distributor. The newly established TJT combines the Jamjoom Group’s local sales network with Toyota Tsusho’s after-sales service know-how developed through its automobile business. TJT will not only enhance the sales function, but bolster total support for commercial vehicles encompassing vehicle inspection, maintenance and repair, and spare parts supply.

“As economic growth continues in Saudi Arabia, Toyota Tsusho will strive to contribute to the country’s further development through supplying Hino trucks with QDR (excellent quality, durability, and reliability), generating new jobs, and training technicians,” a statement said.