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Zain strategic partner of ‘Thameen of Kuwait’ second exhibition
December 22, 2015, 3:22 pm

Zain, the leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, announced its Strategic Partnership with the second 'Thameen of Kuwait' exhibition that was recently held at Al Hamrah Luxury Center under the patronage and attendance of the Under-Secretary of the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs H.E. Sheikha Al Zain Al Sabah.

Zain’s strategic partnership with 'Thameen of Kuwait' comes in line with the company’s keenness on catering to the further development of the youth sector. Especially that this unique initiative aims at highlighting the achievements of ambitious Kuwaiti youth, ultimately catering to the further progress of national economy.

'Thameen of Kuwait', meaning “the valuable of Kuwait”, is a national project that aims at shedding light on the achievements of talented young Kuwaitis in various fields including the arts, literature, industrial work, inventions, and more. A second exhibition was recently held at Al Hamrah Luxury Center to highlight the achievements of the selected group of youth in an innovative way. The exhibition was also an opportunity for those achievements’ highlighted to meet interested investors.

It is worth mentioning that Zain took part in the encyclopedia’s inauguration ceremony that was held last May with the attendance of H.H. the Amir’s representative H.E. Sheikh Salman Al Homoud Al Sabah Minister of Information and Minster of State for Youth Affairs, where the photographic encyclopedia, in both electronic and printed versions, was officially launched.

Zain will remain a main supporter of such innovative initiatives that cater to Kuwaiti youth. The company will remain dedicated to the further progress of youth development in the country, and will spare no efforts in supporting any entities that exert efforts in advancing the advancement of the youth sector in Kuwait.

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