Takaful first Tamkeen quiz winner
Manama, December 3, 2012
Takaful has emerged as the winner of the insurance quiz night in the inaugural challenge of the Tamkeen Business Quiz Show after competition between the company and its peers BNH, Ta'azur and Arig.
The second night of the Tamkeen Business Quiz continues on December 4 at the Seef Mall at 7pm. It will see Amthal, Promethean, the Social Media Club and a team comprised of tech savy members of the public, known as the “Tech Fans”, compete in the technology competition.
The third show of the challenge will take place on December 5 with the finance sector competition featuring BBK, SCB, Al Salam and Benefit and December 6 will see the industrial sector quiz night featuring GPIC, Chevron, Alba and Midal Cable.
Zahraa Taher, managing director of FinMark Communications, said: “The Tamkeen Business Quiz Show is off to a great start. We congratulate Takaful for winning the insurance night quiz and are delighted to launch the second and third rounds of the competition later in the week.”
“While it is a business challenge aimed at highlighting the strength of the Kingdom’s economy and the knowledgeable and highly skilled talent we have here in Bahrain, the show has also proven a fun and entertaining event for the teams and audience members,” he said. “We encourage all members of the public to attend the show and cheer the teams on as they compete to move on to the grand quiz finale.”
The winners of each quiz night will advance to the December 11 grand finale to compete for a cash prize of BD1,000 ($2,662.5).
Tamkeen Ambassadors will also be on hand to provide information and answer questions about the dynamic and innovative programmes provided by Tamkeen in support of private sector development and job growth for Bahrain’s highly skilled and knowledgeable workforce.
The event is supported by Tamkeen, the main sponsor for the event. – TradeArabia News Service
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