YouGotaGift launches digital rewards solution

Husain Makiya, CEO of YouGotaGift.com Ltd
Updated 24 April 2019

YouGotaGift launches digital rewards solution

YouGotaGift, a digital gift card company in the Middle East, has announced the introduction of “Rewards by YouGotaGift,” an employee rewards solution for organizations of all sizes across the region. It can be used by employers wanting to reward employees for job performance, outstanding projects, safety awards, innovation or for being chosen as employee of the month. The company already provides digital solutions for individual gifting, customer rewards and loyalty redemption.

“Every employer has a different way of rewarding their employees throughout the year, whether it be to congratulate them on a job well done, or simply to show appreciation for their efforts,” said Husain Makiya, CEO of YouGotaGift.com Ltd. 

“However, rewarding can turn into a management headache, during busy periods in particular, and good rewards ideas often fall by the wayside. Rewards by YouGotaGift makes the process of sourcing and delivering rewards a whole lot easier. It’s also fast and employees can redeem their eGift Cards at over 150 top retail brands across malls, fashion, electronics, entertainment, beauty, dining and much more.”

YouGotaGift provides eGift Cards for a variety of individual and business needs.


Work progresses as planned on Makkah’s Masar project

Updated 08 July 2020

Work progresses as planned on Makkah’s Masar project

Umm Alqura for Development and Construction (UAQ) — the owner and developer of the Masar destination in Makkah — has confirmed that work is underway to complete the remainder of the infrastructure phase for the project.

It features King Abdul Aziz Road as its core component and is being brought to life under the slogan “Dedicated to Makkah.”

The company began the infrastructure work after completing the preliminary stage, which included the inventory and demolition of properties in the six unplanned neighborhoods of Al-Hafayer, Al-Hindawiyyah, Al-Tandabawy, Mansour Street, Jabal Ghurab, Al-Raseefa, and Al-Zahareen.

Before the work began, property treatment procedures were finalized with the owners of around 4,000 residences in these neighborhoods.

Yasser Abuateek, CEO of UAQ, noted that Masar would be a vital and distinguished addition to Makkah, as it aims to become a modern landmark and an advanced cultural destination.

“We are looking forward to cooperating with investors and companies in the destination, which will set new standards by establishing an integrated development structure and providing investment opportunities.

“Masar will play an active role in diversifying economic activity and promoting Makkah’s position as a modern developed city. In addition, it will contribute to fulfilling the objectives of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 by increasing the number of pilgrims to 30 million by the year 2030.”

The infrastructure phase of Masar comprises several key elements, including pedestrian underpasses and service tunnels 3,650 meters long and 320 meters wide over an area of 1.25 million square meters.

This will be complemented by a rapid transit bus network and the  Makkah Metro as well as car parks and bridges, connecting the destination to the western entrance of Makkah. Seventy-one percent of the bridge work has been completed with construction progressing as planned.

Meanwhile, the pouring and building of concrete blocks for the Makkah Metro Tunnel is 99.8 percent completed. The construction of Makkah Metro Station A has been 96.99 percent completed, which includes lines A and B as well as the Abdullah Areef Road Tunnel.

The infrastructure work for Makkah Metro Line B near the King Abdullah Mosque has reached 85 percent, including construction on the Mansour Road Tunnel.

Abuateek stressed that the infrastructure features an underground utility gallery dedicated to electricity, communication, sewage, district cooling, and solid waste management system services. This is to ensure that the area is prepared for development.

UAQ has devoted attention to safety, sustainability, and the preservation of Makkah’s natural environment. The company has handled the destination’s environmental elements with professionalism, particularly groundwater.