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Batelco hosts Ramadan Ghabgha for media

Batelco senior management at the Media Ghabga, from right to left, GM Strategy and Business Development Hamza Ali, Group GM Media Relations Ahmed Al Janahi, GM Human Resources Bahrain Suhaila Alnowakhda, Bahrain CEO Rashid Abdulla, Group CEO Shaikh Mohamed bin Isa Al Khalifa, Group GM Business Transformation Dr. Yousif Dashkouni and Public Relations Manager Osama Alsaad

Batelco welcomed over 150 members of Bahrain’s Media representatives to a Ramadan Ghabga banquet at the Intercontinental Regency Hotel recently. The event, which was attended by Batelco Group Chief Executive Shaikh Mohamed bin Isa Al Khalifa, Batelco Chief Executive Bahrain Rashid Abdulla and a number of Batelco executive management, was held in the prestigious Al Thuraya Ramadan Tent which has been designed especially for Ramadan 2012.

The evening event gave the guests a valuable opportunity to network, socialise and meet Batelco management in the lavish surroundings of the luxury hotel, while enjoying Arabic dishes and Ramadan specialties.

“This event was held in honour of our media representative, to whom we owe much gratitude. Throughout the year, they support us by featuring news about our products and services on a weekly basis,” Batelco Group General Manager Media Relations Ahmed Al Janahi, said.

“The evening was a resounding success and all of us were delighted with the impressive turn out. From the feedback received, everyone enjoyed the great occasion.”

During the evening, a raffle draw with 50 top prizes was held and all guests received a valuable take home gift with the compliments of Batelco.

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