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Falconcity of Wonders Hosts Students from Acclaimed Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Mexico

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Falconcity of Wonders Hosts Students from Acclaimed Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Mexico

4127Falconcity of Wonders, the mega project being developed on Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road that will feature the world’s wonders in Dubai, hosted a group of 30 civil engineering students along with two professors from Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico.

The visit comes as part of Falconcity of Wonder’s efforts to support global universities in offering their students practical understanding of civil engineering in the creation of world-class smart developments. The student visit also reaffirmed Dubai and Falconcity of Wonders’ leading position in the real estate development sector.

His Excellency Salem Almoosa, Chairman and General Manager, Falconcity of Wonders, who delivered a presentation on the development of the mega project to the students, said: “Seamless and detailed civil engineering is at the core of bringing alive our ambitious project, Falconcity of Wonders. Therefore, we are committed to the development of civil engineering skills in the future generations. The visit reflects our vision to transfer our knowledge and best practices and allow young minds to benefit from our efforts. On the other hand, our stimulating discussions with the students also offer us a refreshing perspective on the future of the construction industry. We welcome the student and faculty of Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education to Falconcity of Wonders and look forward to hosting them in the future.”

The presentation was followed by a tour of the development and included Phase 1, Phase 2 (Community Center), STP, Show villas. A quiz competition was also organised for the students, in which they took part wholeheartedly.

Prof. Ing Carlos Nungaray Perez, associate director of the Institute, said: “Our visit to Falconcity of Wonders has been an eye opener for our students. They have witnessed first-hand the building up of a state-of-the-art infrastructure and the vital role of civil engineering in supporting sustainable development while ensuring that residents have the highest convenience and luxury at hand.”

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Telecommunications Regulatory Authority hosts a power consumption reduction awareness workshop

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Telecommunications Regulatory Authority hosts a power consumption reduction awareness workshop

4136The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) hosted an awareness workshop today in partnership with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) on the reduction of overall energy consumption, at its Dubai headquarters. The workshop aims to target all participating TRA staff in spreading the culture of rationalization across the workplace and the conservation of natural resources, as part of the sustainable development on a nation level.

Entitled “General Conservation Practices and Facts”, the workshop was held with video conferencing capabilities, enabling the participation of employees in the Abu Dhabi office to participate and gain the necessary benefits. The workshop included a detailed discussion on the essential steps and practices that will assist in the conservation of all energy sources for the workplace, home as well as public utilities.Hosting this workshop is one of the TRA’s consistent efforts to promote the conservation of resources and consumption management, in line with the nation’s inclusive strategy.

The agenda of the workshop included showcasing the most important methods and techniques enforcing the adoption of eco-friendly, energy efficient technologies pertaining to electricity and water resources. Thus, promoting the rationalizing daily use of the nation’s natural resources.

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Ericsson hosts Gala Dinner to celebrate Golden Jubilee of Kuwait presence

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Ericsson hosts Gala Dinner to celebrate Golden Jubilee of Kuwait presence

482In celebration of its long-standing presence in Kuwait and five decades of cooperation with the Ministry of Communications and telecommunications operators, Ericsson held an exclusive Gala Dinner event on December 10 at Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel and Spa.

The event was attended by Ericsson’s key partners in the ICT industry from both the public and private sectors as well as distinguished members of the media and the compnay’s top management.

Victoria Strand, Head of Ericsson Gulf Council Countries and Pakistan, opened the event with a welcoming speech and a history of Ericsson in Kuwait, from the time the company first established its presence there in 1965. “It has been our pleasure to grow with Kuwait’s telecommunications industry over the years, through our key partnership with the Ministry of Communication, as well as in partnership with Zain and Ooredoo, all of whom we offer our sincere thanks to for allowing us to build such a solid presence in Kuwait over the last half century.”

She added: “In our years of operation here, we have been a major supplier of telecom gears and services, both to Kuwait’s major ISPs and government segments, and we look forward to continuing to empower our partners with state of the art ICT solutions for another 50 years and more.”

Ericsson, a worldwide leader in the telecommunications field, is committed to supporting the development of Kuwait’s telecom infrastructure and services, by assisting partners to enhance their networks and business growth.

In 1965, Ericsson opened a technical office in Kuwait, and supported the Ministry of Communication with the country’s first automatic telephone exchange. Ericsson was also chosen as the sole supplier to the Ministry of Communication since its inception, for both local and international transit gateways. In 1977, Kuwait was the first non-European country to sign a contract for the delivery of the AXE system.

When mobile telephony launched in Kuwait with the inception of the Mobile Telecommunication Co, Ericsson was the preferred partner of choice to supply and install NMT and E-TACS in the early 90s for what would grow to become Zain. Today, Ericsson is one of Zain Group’s major telecom service providers across the globe.

In 2003, Ericsson’s partnership with Ooredoo Kuwait, then called Wataniya Telecom, began. Since then Ericsson has supported Ooredoo with the successful launch of EDGE, HSPA, HSPA+ and LTE, as well as being the major supplier for Charging and Billing solutions. Ericsson has also partnered with Ooredoo to modernize its RAN infrastructure, to provide advanced data services in Kuwait.

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Standard Chartered Bank hosts second Annual Global Research Briefing sessions for its clients in the UAE

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Standard Chartered Bank hosts second Annual Global Research Briefing sessions for its clients in the UAE

4182For the second consecutive year,Standard Chartered Bank hosted a Macro-Economic briefing session titled: “Transition and Divergence” for its Corporate, Priority and Private Banking clients at Etihad Towers Hotel, Abu Dhabi on Sunday 26 October. Following the success of those sessions across the region last year, the Bank held similar briefings to clients in Jordan, Bahrain and Qatar. The Bank will also hold two more sessions for is clients in Dubai and Oman on 27 and 28 October respectively.

The sessions are held exclusively for Standard Chartered Bank’s clients; with a cohesive programme that provides in-depth insight and analysis on the global, regional, and local economic outlook as well as the financial picture for the remainder of the year 2014 and next year. At the sessions, Marios Maratheftis, Managing Director, Global Head of Macro Research, Standard Chartered Bank, John Davies, US Interest Rate, Strategist, Standard Chartered Bank and Shady Shaher, Senior Economist, Standard Chartered Bank will provide their insights and outlook on the local, regional and global economy.

Marios Maratheftis, Managing Director, Global Head of Macroeconomic research, Standard Chartered Bank said:

“The economic dynamics in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region are increasingly diverging between the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries and the rest of the region.

The GCC enjoys strong social and geopolitical stability and a hydrocarbon sector that has created wealth and supported investment. This has driven record growth rates in the region in the past five years. Diversification remains fundamental to the region’s economic stability in the long run.  GCC economies are perusing investments in the right direction, addressing infrastructure needs and investing in sectors that will create more opportunities in the long run”.

“Globally, transition has been a main theme for 2014, and this still holds true for both China and the US. China is rebalancing its economy. This theme will continue to apply to 2015 and beyond, but next year also looks set to be one of great divergence, with monetary policy in major economies out of sync for the first time in years. Central banks in the US, UK, Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia and Taiwan look set to start increasing policy rates in 2015”.

Mohsin Nathani, Chief Executive Officer Standard Chartered UAE, said:

“Standard Chartered Bank’s Global Research Briefings are an ideal platform where our clients interact with our global and regional economists and experts to gain insights views about the latest social, economic and financial developments affecting the global trade and finance markets.”

“It is our international footprint across the world’s most dynamic markets and our strong on-the-ground presence that continues to deepen our relationships and bring value addition to our clients here.  We remain committed to bringing International expertise and financial solutions to our Corporate and Institutional, Retail, Commercial, Priority and Private Banking clients in the UAE.”

Standard Chartered is one of the leading international banks operating in the Middle East region for over 90 years. The Bank employs more than 3500 employees and out of its regional headquarters in the Dubai International Financial Centre, Standard Chartered manages regional and international conventional and Islamic Banking operations.

MENA Economic highlights:

Growth dynamics are likely to diverge within the MENA region. The GCC will continue to benefit from healthy growth, underpinned by oil and government-led investment. In the wider MENA region, stability is needed to drive genuine foreign investment flows that will help create much-needed jobs

Saudi Arabia has been growing strongly in 2014. The economy is benefiting from robust non-hydrocarbon sector performance, boosted by strong government investment in diversification and infrastructure. The country recently announced plans to open its domestic equities market to foreign investors.

Abu Dhabi’s non-oil sector has been the key driver, boosted by rising spending on infrastructure and economic diversification. Dubai is also growing steadily as all key sectors – including trade, tourism and retail – benefit from strong regional trade flows and from the emirate’s position as a regional services and trade hub and a major tourist destination.

In Qatar, the economy has benefited from a steady acceleration in government spending. The key drivers of long-term growth are National Vision 2030 and the FIFA 2022 World Cup. Infrastructure investment is taking centre stage. Managing inflation risk will be a key challenge for Qatar over the next five years.

In Jordan, the tourism industry – which accounts for more than 15% of GDP and jobs – has been among the hardest hit sectors by regional conflict; tourist arrivals fell more than 14% in 2013.

In Egypt, real GDP growth has posted the strongest turnaround since 2011. FX aid from GCC states and the fiscal reform measures undertaken by the new government have been credit-positive.

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HBMSU hosts international jury that will select winners of ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award’

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HBMSU hosts international jury that will select winners of ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award’

456Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University (HBMSU) is set to host an international jury who will be tasked with selecting winners for the ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award,’ an awards program that will honor and recognize best practices followed in today’s academic and training institutions across the world. The event is being held along the sidelines of the ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Forum 2014,’ a first-of-its-kind event aimed at encouraging the exchange of best practices and the development of new online learning standards to encourage the continual growth and development of smart learning.

The international jury is composed of acadmic professionals and leading experts in developing and transferring best practices and smart learning systems including Dr. Julia Little (USA), Prof. Tian Belawati (Indonesia), Dr. Alan Bruce from the European Network for European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) and Dr. Charles Aubrey from the International Academy for Quality (IAQ). The high-level international participation represents the key importance placed in the ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award”. The award is being positioned as a quality initiative designed to honor the best practices applied in academic and training institutions around the world and thereby ensuring the quality of smart learning, which has become one of the most distinctive features of the modern era based on the latest technical developments.

The evaluation of entries to be conducted by the international jury is organized by HBMSU and will fall in accordance with key standards such as Novelty & Innovativeness; Compatibility; Implementability; Transferability; Maturity and Sustainability. The inaugural awards will have seven categories, Smart Learning, Smart Partnership, Technology Exploitation, Resource Utilization, Excellence Orientation, Process Innovation and Learner Centricity.

Tian Belawati, Rector, Universitas Terbuka (Indonesia Open University), said, “The ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award’ is an excellent initiative that acts as the driving force for the advancement of modernization and entrepreneurship, enhancing the knowledge base and spreading the values of education, which is considered an important element for achieving a competitive advantage. I salute HBMSU for launching and organizing ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award,’ which is intended to recognize the best practices in smart learning done by either educational institutions or corporations across the world, especially in the Middle East region. Such an initiative can only encourage the further development of innovations in the field of education to enhance the quality of education provisions. Smart learning can also help widen access of education to the masses. I am honoured to be part of the process.”

Dr. Julie K. Little, Vice President, Teaching, Learning & Professional Development, EDUCAUSE said, “I would like to commend the participants in ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award 2014,’ which is being organized by HBMSU for their contribution to set a solid foundation in establishing best practices in education within training, educational and academic institutions. HBMSU has taken a huge step forward in hosting the “Smart Learning Best Practice Forum 2014”, an event that looks towards promoting innovation and creativity in smart learning which became an essential component for the application of the plans in shifting towards ‘Smart City’. I am most honored to serve as a reviewer for this inaugural year and found the strength of the nominations to reflect the type of leadership necessary to sustain innovation and access for educational and corporate learning programs.”

Dr. Mansoor Al Awar, Chancellor, HBMSU, said, “We are proud to organize the first-of-its-kind ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Forum,’ which we have created to support the vision of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, UAE Vice president and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai to establish Dubai as one of the world’s premier smart cities.

“We praise the high-level international jury members for their prominent role in developing and transferring best practices and smart learning systems around the world. We expect that this event will bolster more awareness on the significant role that smart learning plays in the move to transform the emirate as a smart city, while also facilitating information exchange with leading experts in smart learning and IT,” Dr. Al Awar concluded.

The “Smart Learning Best Practice Forum 2014” will be held on October 20 and October 21, 2104 at HBMSU campus. Aside from the ‘Smart Learning Best Practice Award,’ the exciting two-day event will also include a series of interactive workshops, networking breaks, and presentations. The first-of-its-kind forum will also see virtual presentations from participants via internet from all around the world.

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Emirates hosts Arab Idol Finalists on a VIP trip to Dubai

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Emirates hosts Arab Idol Finalists on a VIP trip to Dubai

422Emirates, a global connector of people and places, recently hosted the final 26 contestants of Arab Idol on a once in a lifetime VIP trip to Dubai.

Flying them to Dubai from their hometowns which are spread all over the Middle East and North Africa, Emirates gave many of the Arab Idol finalists the opportunity to visit the cosmopolitan city for the first time.

Many exciting and unique excursions were planned, including a stop at the Emirates Official Store, which carries the airline’s full range of merchandise;  as well as a special visit to the Emirates A380 Experience - both located at The Village in Dubai Mall. The contestants then took the simulator for a fly-past over Paris’ historic sites, the canals of Amsterdam, and Hong Kong’s unmistakable cityscape.

From planes to boats – the trip also included a private Dhow Cruise along bustling the Dubai Creek, organised by Arabian Adventures, the region’s leading Destination Management Company.

After 5 whirlwind days in Dubai, the contestants then had to make their way back to Beirut, host city of the Arab Idol show for the start of the live programme segments.

Whisked to the airport by Emirates chauffeur drive service, and escorted through the airport by marhaba services, the contestants enjoyed a smooth journey to Beirut on EK953, buoyed by the camaraderie of the trip and brimming with inspiration from their Dubai experience .

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University of Dubai hosts 20 business delegates from Singapore to highlight opportunities in UAE

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University of Dubai hosts 20 business delegates from Singapore to highlight opportunities in UAE

468The Center for Executive Development at University of Dubai (UD) hosted the 11th Annual International Business Fellowship (iBF) on the Middle East for 20 delegates from Singapore. During the iBF program, organized from August 31 to September 4, 2014, the delegates explored the opportunities offered by the UAE to set up businesses in the region.

Over the last few years, the UAE, particularly Dubai, has been attracting people from companies in Singapore and other far Eastern states, who see the country as a stable location to set up their business.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Issa Bastaki, President of University of Dubai, stated that the university and its Center for Executive Development (CED) are keen to foster and support international programs such as the iBF. He added that the iBF covered several aspects related to business issues like understanding business culture and communication, setting up joint ventures, UAE labour laws and people management issues.

Dr. Bastaki stated that in addition to CED and its supportive role in hosting the Singapore delegation, UD’s internationally accredited College of Business Administration has also participated in this business event. He added that UD’s educational mission supports such seminars and workshops to widen business aspects and facilitate international trade and commerce.

During the event, the Singapore delegation – consisting of CEOs, presidents and general managers of several companies working in education,  fashion, law, energy and other industries – visited local and governmental entities, including the Department of Economic Development in Dubai. Several experts from prominent organizations in the UAE addressed the delegates during the visit. A networking session was also organized for the delegates by UD to facilitate dialogues between the delegates and prominent business houses in the UAE.

The delegation’s visit concluded with an awards ceremony at Al Ghurair Rayhaan hotel in Dubai, during which Dr. Bastaki distributed the awards to the 20 delegates and thanked them for their visit to the UAE. The visit was co-sponsored by IE Singapore.

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Al Bustan Centre and Residence hosts DSS raffle draw

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Al Bustan Centre and Residence hosts DSS raffle draw

4200Al Bustan Centre and Residence, a top residential, shopping and entertainment complex located in the heart of Dubai, recently hosted the second raffle draw of this year’s Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS), organised by the Dubai Shopping Malls Group in association with Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment.

The winning ticket was picked by Mr. Rashid Al Marri from the Dubai Economic Department in the presence of Mr. Mouhanad El Rammah, Al Bustan Centre Mall Manager.

The lucky shopper, Ahmed Mohammed Al Saadi, won a brand new BMW 3 series. He shared: “This is an amazing surprise. I’ve been participating in various promotions for many years but has never been this lucky. After winning in the DSS promotion I can say that one shouldn’t give up – your luck may just smile at you any time.”

Moussa El Hayek, Chief Operating Officer, Al Bustan Centre and Residence, commented, “Festivals are magnets that draw crowds to the malls. Adding to the excitement are the extravagant concerts, last-minute deals and raffle promotions. Dubai has gained international recognition and these celebrations make the city a year-round destination for shopping, leisure and entertainment.”

”We are honoured to be associated with DSMG’s initiative since its inception and we are proud to host the second week draw. The DSS promotion has been a definite pull for shoppers this season, ensuring a considerable increase in sales and footfall for our retail stores,” added Mr. El Hayek.

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424In keeping with their staff development plans, a group of healthcare professionals from the leading Al Moosa Hospital in Saudi Arabia were hosted recently at US-based Cleveland Clinic.

With the aim of advancing leadership within Al Moosa Hospital, four team members participated in a one-week preceptorship program at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, where five additional team members three of which are Saudi nationals attended Cleveland Clinic’s Patient Experience Summit in May.

The one-week program, which has been offered for decades by Cleveland Clinic to healthcare professionals worldwide, is administered and directed by Cleveland Clinic’s Center for International Medical Education and International Operations Department.

Through the program, Cleveland Clinic offers observership and preceptorship opportunities in a variety of operational, clinical, strategic growth and international arenas. The participants gain career experience in healthcare management under the mentorship and guidance of the program directors and other executive and senior leaders from Cleveland Clinic.

Tailored upon their needs and areas of interest, each member visited, interacted and attended courses related to their field. The group included a physician who leads the professional staff department, the nursing director, and the quality improvement and infection control managers at Al Moosa Hospital. Participants engaged in one-on-one clinical observations and shadowed staff involved in departmental administrative functions, while examining best practices and operational strengths of Cleveland Clinic.

After completing the program in Ohio, USA, they returned to Saudi Arabia, bringing with them the knowledge and experience needed to develop their functional departments, which in return reflects on patient satisfaction at Al Moosa Hospital.

Malek Al Moosa, CEO of Al Moosa Hospital, said “Our investment continues in our administrative and clinical leaders in addition to our Saudi national workforce, and this is evident with our collaboration with Cleveland Clinic and in specific their preceptorship and observership program. We have also arranged for a group of Saudi nationals from our team members to attend the Fifth Annual Patient Experience Summit organized by Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Attendees brought to us a wealth of information, ideas and knowledge that will help us with our continuous efforts to enhance our patient experience at Al Moosa Hospital. In the near future, we look forward to enrolling more of our team members, who will eventually support our initiatives to improve our patient experience, delivery of care and quality of healthcare services.”

Robert Stall, Executive Director of International Operations at Cleveland Clinic, said, “Cleveland Clinic is known for its strong, long-standing commitment to education. It makes us proud to cooperate with Al Moosa Hospital in developing the skills of their team members. During the preceptorship program, participants from Al Moosa Hospital learned more about patient experience, leadership, quality, and patient safety. Cleveland Clinic leaders are committed to the growth and development of healthcare professionals and are consistently willing to engage participants from the Middle East region and Gulf countries.”

In 2012, Cleveland Clinic has established an office – in partnership with Healthcare Development Holding Co. – in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The office facilitates educational and training programs at Cleveland Clinic and provides consultancy services to local healthcare organizations in Saudi Arabia.

Ms. Omnia Shuhail, Saudi National, Patient Experience Director at Al Moosa Hospital in Saudi Arabia who has attended the recent Patient Experience Summit at Cleveland Clinic, said, “The summit was one-of-a-kind, attracting over 2,100 attendees from the US and around the globe. It allowed me to build a solid platform on patient experience from all different aspects. As a successful healthcare professional, we must not only possess the knowledge of utilizing innovative management tools to enhance patient care, but we must also develop interpersonal and behavioral skills, which the summit supported us with. A full day was dedicated for attendees from outside the US, and it was a great platform for the exchange of expertise, research and industry knowledge – one that has helped us gain even greater insight into the workings of integrated health systems in different countries.”

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McDonald’s Saudi Arabia Hosts Eight Children at the FIFA World Cup as Part of the Player Escort Program

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McDonald’s Saudi Arabia Hosts Eight Children at the FIFA World Cup as Part of the Player Escort Program

469As Chile and Spain faced off on the pitch last week, eight children from Saudi Arabia experienced the thrill of a lifetime. As part of McDonald’s exclusive World Cup Player Escort Program, eight lucky Saudi children accompanied the Chilean and Spanish players hand-in-hand onto the pitch, ahead of the 2-0 match that left the Chilean team victorious.

The children, between the ages of six and ten, were selected from a draw that garnered an overwhelming response from all over the Kingdom. Among those selected were, Faris Nawaf AlKhamis, MJD Khalid AlNaqeeb, Yousef Maher Adas, Hussein Abdelrahman, Abdulaziz Chemsi Bacha, Yazeed Mohammed Al Faify, Mohsen Nasser Al Harbi and Abdulaziz Mazen Al Bougami, who all embarked on an unforgettable journey this summer, when they won the chance to travel to Brazil and experience the World Cup in a way most football fans only dream about.

“I could not believe I was actually there,” said Faris AlKhamis. “The photographers were running around us taking pictures and the fans were cheering so loudly I think I felt the stadium shake! I was thinking about all of my family and friends in Saudi Arabia watching me on television and I was so excited to be here!”

As an official partner and the official restaurant of the FIFA World Cup 2014, McDonald’s has provided over 1,400 children from all corners of the world, a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to walk onto the pitches in Brazil with some of the world’s best footballers.

Also accompanying the Spanish and Chilean teams was Mohsen Al Harbi, who commented how proud he was to represent Saudi Arabia at the match. “The World Cup is the biggest competition on earth,” said Al Harbi. I feel very honored to represent my country and I’m very grateful that McDonald’s Saudi Arabia gave us this opportunity. I don’t think I will ever forget it.”

During their four days in Brazil, the children and their parents had the opportunity to learn about the country and its culture, while making friends with Player Escorts from other nations across the globe.

Mohammed Alireza, Director of Corporate Affairs of Reza Food Services Co. Ltd said: “Experiencing the joy of the World Cup alongside the children who participate in McDonald’s Player Escort Program is truly a rewarding experience. As a locally owned and operated business, we are committed to promoting active lifestyles across for local young people. The Player Escort Program is just one of many initiatives we have designed that ignite a lifelong love of sports for people of all ages, and we are pleased to share this once-in-a-lifetime moment for these young football fans and their families.”

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