Emirates Glass to sponsor LEAF Awards
Dubai, September 9, 2010
Emirates Glass has announced its continued support for the prestigious annual Leading European Architects Forum (LEAF) Awards.
The company will sponsor the LEAF Awards 2010 edition, which will take place at the Intercontinental Park Lane Hotel in London on September 10.
Emirates Glass, a subsidiary of Glass LLC which is wholly-owned by Dubai Investments, is the largest processor of architectural flat glass in the Gulf and the Middle East.
Commenting on EGL’s support and contribution to the success of LEAF, Ziad Yazbeck, senior vice president, sales and marketing, Glass LLC, said: “In line with our enhanced capacity and proven quality, together with our excellent geographical location in Dubai, we are increasing our push to break into new international markets with a superb range of products having the best ‘green’ credentials for modern building design”.
“The LEAF Awards is one of the most influential events in the international architectural calendar, and being associated with such a big-ticket event will allow Emirates Glass to increase its brand visibility on the global stage,” Yazbeck added. “It also gives us an opportunity to witness first-hand the best in global architectural design.”
The LEAF Awards is an annual competition which recognizes excellence in building design and construction globally. This year’s event will once again highlight the intensity of this international competition which comprises 11 categories in architecture and building technology.
The 2010 event is expected to be attended by more than 400 industry professionals from around the world, and will conclude with the presentation of the Emirates Glass LEAF Awards by Ziad Yazbeck to the winners. - TradeArabia News Service
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