Senaat, one of the largest industrial holding companies in the UAE,is set to participate alongside its portfolio companies in the upcoming Abu Dhabi Corporate Games for the second consecutive year through 15 teams. The 208 employees taking part in the games represent Senaat, Emirates Steel, NPCC, Arkan, Agthia, Ducab, Al Foah and Talex. Senaat is also the platinum sponsor of the UAE’s largest multi-sport festival for businesses and organisations.
Held from December 12 to 14 atAl Forsan International Sports Resort, the Abu Dhabi edition of Corporate Games covers a variety of sports including tennis, cricket, soccer, tenpin bowling and dragon boat racing. Senaat’s sponsorship of the event for a second consecutive year comes as part of its commitment to promoting healthy and active lifestyles amongst both employees and the wider community in the UAE.
Mubarak Al Ameri, Vice President Corporate Communications at Senaat,commented on the occasion, saying: “Senaat believes in fostering and developing strong communities, both internally among employees as well as externally with wider audiences. We are delighted to support the capital’s Corporate Games since its launch in 2012, particularly as such events help engage staff and enhance workplace morale across the group.
“Last year we won the Medalist Award by winning the most medals in the Games. Our teams are excited and have been preparing for the Games with great anticipation and we look forward to each of our teams climbing the ranks in their chosen sport.”
Senaat and its portfolio companies are set to compete in basketball, beach volleyball, cricket, dragon boat, soccer, badminton, chess, running, shooting, bowling ,tennis and table tennis through 15 of teams.
Corporate Games is a multi-sport festival held annually in more than 25 countries across five continents – attracting more than one million participants from over 20,000 organisations worldwide.
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