Tamkeen names industrial business quiz winner
Manama, December 9, 2012
FinMark Communications and Tamkeen have announced Midalcable as winners of the industrial night competition which included teams from the banking, insurance, technology and industrial sectors.
The industrial night challenge took place live at the Seef Mall and saw Alba, team sponsored by Chevron, industrial leader and Midalcable test their knowledge of Bahrain, Tamkeen and Bahrain’s industrial sector, which encompasses numerous dynamic companies and thousands of highly-skilled and committed employees.
Midalcable will now join teams from the other industry nights, Takaful, Amthal and Benefit, in the grand finale of show set to take place in front of a live audience at the mall on December 11 at 7pm for a chance to win a cash prize of BD1,000 ($2,659.5).
“This has been an exciting week of competitions and we congratulate Midalcable on winning the industrial night quiz challenge. They will now join the winners from the other sector nights for the grand finale,” said Zahra’a Taher, managing director of FinMark Communications.
“Representing their respective industries, the teams will take part in an exciting and interactive final quiz that aims to showcase their talent and knowledge of their own sectors as well of Bahrain’s economy and the qualities that continue to position it as a leading business, trade and financial hub.”
The event is supported by Tamkeen, the main sponsor for the event. Additional supporters include gold sponsor Bahrain National Holdings, silver sponsor GPIC and bronze sponsor Takaful and Chevron.
Media sponsors of the event are Al Bilad newspaper and Daily Tribune. Technology partners include Al Amthal, Promethean and Talking Pictures. Additional supporters include Design Grafix and Manama Printing. – TradeArabia News Service
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