Daily PR lauds the WSC's media program
- Bahrain: Saturday, October 06 - 2012 at 16:34
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The CEO at the Bahraini Daily Public Relations (Daily PR), Mahmood Al Nasheet, praised the prominent role played by the Supreme Council for Women (SCW) in the implementation of development projects including a project to enable women to storm into the media and communication industry in the economic hub within the council's national plan for the development strategy of Bahraini women through an integrated plan in training and education.
This came during Al Nasheet's reception to Al Aradi upon her successful completion of the SCW's course and honored by the SCW's assistant secretary-general, Daweya Al Alawi, with the presence of the Arab Gulf Program for United Nations Development Organizations (AGFUND) and the Bahrain Credit Media Centre at the UoB as the body which trained participants.
For her part, Zainab Al Aradi highlighted that the field of public relations, advertising and communication are of vital areas which witness rapid developments.
"University study followed by training have greatly added to my experience. Add to that the benefit I gained from the one-year training program of the SCW which was integrated in all the aspects. It will greatly help me in my career life and to provide a distinctive modern service to the company's customers," Al Aradi said.
Daily PR agency in Bahrain works in the field of public relations, advertising and media. It has a number of specialized expertise and it represents different public relation agencies in the Middle East, Europe and America.
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