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Al Khayyat unveils expansion strategy

Dubai, June 13, 2011

Al Khayyat Investments (AKI), a leading Dubai holding company that represents more than 200 top international brands across the Middle East, has identified healthcare, retail and education as key sectors for growth in 2011.

The company unveiled its expansion strategy at its annual offsite meeting in Dubai which was attended by more than 120 managers from the offices across the Middle East region.

Addressing the gathering, CEO and managing director Ahmad Al Khayyat said: “Our company has achieved remarkable growth in 2010. This primarily stems from our people that we believe are our most important assets.'

AKI had expanded its partnerships in 2010 across retail and distribution sectors. Including Superdry, Burger Fuel and group SEB (the owners of Tefal, Moulinex, Rowenta & Krups).

'We have more than 2000 employees from 6 continents who work hand in hand across our business groups and various sectors to achieve the company’s vision of becoming a leading regional entity,' he remarked.

According to him, Al Khayyat Investments has interests in contracting, automotive, real estate and education.

The main subsidiaries are: Alphamed, Delta Trade, BinSina Group of Pharmacies, Pest Free, Al Khayyat Retail, Gulf Landscaping, Italdeco, Realty Capital, Alno and Al Khayyat Motors.

He later felicitated 10 employees who had completed more than 20 years in the company across different locations.

The management also announced the winners of Best Deal of the Year awards across all sectors, best pharmacist award for BinSina Pharmacy Group and best customer service employee.-TradeArabia News Service

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