Emirates Post bags new service award

DUBAI — Emirates Post received high recognition at the Second International 'Stevie' Business Awards in New York with its Training and Development Centre having bagged Best New Service award, while Abdullah Al Daboos is a finalist in the Best Turnaround Executive category.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Tue 24 May 2005, 10:35 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 8:30 PM

The awards were presented at a gala ceremony held in New York recently where leading companies and prominent individuals from 21 countries were honoured. Seventy-six International Stevie Award winners were announced in categories ranging from Best Multinational Company and Best New Product to Best Corporate Social Responsibility Programme and Best Executive.

Al Daboos, who received the award on behalf of Emirates Post, said: "It was a great honour for Emirates Post to be recognised at such a prestigious awards ceremony that spotlighted some of the biggest names from international business. While we are proud to have beaten several established companies, the award will motivate us to work harder to raise the bar on quality and customer service."

"Our Training and Development Centre has attained high levels of excellence within a short time and, therefore, rightly deserves this honour," said Al Daboos. "It is already an accredited UPU training centre, with unmatched state of the art facilities. Our strategic objective is to make it a high-quality training hub for other postal companies in the region, through innovative staff development consultancy and training solutions."

Hailed as "the business world's own Oscars", the Stevie Award is made by the same company that makes the Oscar, Clio and other major awards. Members of the Stevie Awards' Board of Distinguished Judges and Advisers and their staffs selected the winners during final judging on April 11-22, which was preceded by two months of preliminary judging by business professionals worldwides.


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