Arabian Business Awards for this year included nine different fields which covered most business sectors including the banking and financial sectors along with insurance and hospitality and many more.
The Arabian Business editorial team, selected a group of nine companies and personalities, and George Hageej, General Manager of ITP Media Group, presented prizes to the winners at the ceremony.
Following awards were given away at the function.
Best Fintech Company of the Year: Hyperpay
Businesswoman of the Year: Dr Nashwa Al Ruwaini – Pyramedia
Education Project of the Year: Al Imam University
Event management Company of the Year: Masaahaat
F&B Company of the Year: Le Palais Abdul Rahman and Sons
IT Distribution Company of the Year: BDL Group
Reinsurance Broker of the Year: Chedi Re
Technology Company of the Year: Mastercard
Telecom Services Provider of the Year: CTC – Creative Technology Company
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