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Dubai Duty Free receives two MENAA Awards

Posted 23 December 2016 · Add Comment

Dubai Duty Free has won Best Business Leaders award at the recent Middle East, North Africa & Asia (MENAA) awards ceremony in Dubai.

 

The airport retailer was awarded with the “Customer Delight Award”, while its executive vice chairman and CEO, Colm McLoughlin, was named “Best Business Leader in Retail” for the second consecutive year. 

Commenting on the two awards Colm McLoughlin said: “I am delighted to accept the Best Business Leader Award for the second time and dedicate this to our Chairman, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, who is himself an excellent leader.

“The Customer Delight Award is also a fantastic recognition for the continuous hard work and dedication of our own team of staff whom I believe to be the best in the world.”

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