Almarai meets Saudi students who have scholarships in Britain
In collaboration with the Saudi Cultural Attaché Office in London, Almarai Company held a meeting with the Saudi students dispatched with educational grants in London and Manchester cities. Faisal Marzouq Al-Fahadi, GM for HR and Support Services, represent Almarai in this meeting.
This meeting took place as part of the company’s strive to Saudize the dairy and food industry, and attach best Saudi professionals among alumni of Saudi universities and Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques External Scholarship Program.
In the meeting, Al-Fahadi said that the homeland, with its government and private sectors, is looking forward to the return of its students and their participation to the economic and developmental buildup through transfer of the knowledge and modern technology. He apprised the attending students about the historical development of Almarai and its investments in Saudize the dairy and food industry through several programs such as “Managers of the Future”, and “Tomorrow’s Leaders” and other developmental programs targeting the Saudi youth in all Almarai sectors.
Al-Fahadi talked at length to the students about the requirements and advantages of working in the private sector in general, and Almarai Company in particular. In his presentation, he addressed some tips and skills required to be developed during study for market relevance.
Almarai had previously held similar events, and signed agreements with some Saudi universities to provide opportunities for training and employments for the students of these universities, as part of the company’s long-term programs of Saudization.
It is worth mentioning that Almarai owns several premium trademarks under which its products are posted in the market, namely “Almarai” for juices, milk and dairy products; “L’usine” for bakeries. “ALYOUM” for poultry, and “Nuralac” for infant formulas, in addition to partnership with the Greek company “Chipita” in “7DAYS” trademark.