Yahoo! backs key Bahrain conference
Manama, October 12, 2010
Yahoo! will participate as a strategic partner at the second annual Corporate Communications Conference 2010 in Bahrain next month.
This prestigious event, which is focused on meeting the specialised branding, communications and marketing needs of a fast growing economy, will take place from November 23-25.
It will attract branding, marketing, communication, PR experts and thought leaders.
M A Sridhar, the CEO of Roshcomm, the main organiser of the event said: “We are excited to announce that the leading international brand Yahoo! has announced its participation as a strategic partner. Yahoo!'s vision is to be the centre of people's online lives by delivering personally relevant, meaningful Internet experiences. Yahoo! is also committed to empowering its users and employees through programs, products, and services that inspire people to make a positive impact on their communities. It is indeed a privilege to be associated with industry leaders such as Yahoo!
“The announcement of Yahoo’s participation is a significant reassurance that the event is attracting truly global brands and industry leaders. We are very pleased with their support and we look forward to working closely with them on this initiative.”
Ahmed Nassef, MD/VP, Yahoo! Middle East, said: “We are pleased to extend our support as a Strategic Partner of the Corporate Communications Conference 2010. The event is an ideal opportunity to showcase our strengths to the business community at large. Our partnership programme is an essential part of our marketing communications and reflects our commitment to giving back to the communities, businesses and people. We take great pride in our relationships and are committed to ensuring that our customers have the opportunity to realise their full potential now and in the future." - TradeArabia News Service
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