Elaf Group wins top honours
Riyadh, March 21, 2010
Saudi Arabia's Elaf Group of Companies won an award under the travel, tourism and hospitality category, at the 12th Century International Quality ERA Convention held recently in Geneva, Switzerland.
The conference gathered companies from 74 countries and was highlighted by the Business Initiative Directions Award bestowed to the world’s top businesses.
Majed Saud Kaki, deputy general manager of Elaf Group, received the award on behalf of CEO Ziyad Ahmed Bin Mahfouz.
“Looking ahead, we intend to sustain our commitment to setting new standards in keeping with modern developments and effectively meet the regional and international needs of the market,” stated Bin Mahfouz.-TradeArabia News Service
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