QBG Employees Mark Safe Return of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos
Qurum Business Group (QBG), a leading international Omani-owned diversified services provider, celebrated the safe return of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said during a proud ceremony held at the Group’s Head Office in Qurum. Attended by jubilant staff and the Senior Management Team from across the Group’s companies, the festivities were led by QBG Chairman, Sheikh Ahmed Bin Sultan Al Hosni and Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Ahmed Al Hosni, Vice Chairman & Group Managing Director. The jubilant event also saw QBG employees proudly recite the Omani National Anthem, and finger paint a large Omani flag as a tribute to His Majesty.
During the celebration, QBG Chairman, Sheikh Ahmed Bin Sultan Al Hosni, said, “We have all received the great news of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos’s return to Oman with indescribable happiness and joy after his long absence while receiving medical treatment in Germany. On this momentous occasion, I would like to congratulate His Majesty and the Omani people on his safe arrival to his home and extend my prayers to Allah the Almighty to protect His Majesty and bestow upon him many more years of good health and prosperity”.
Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Ahmed Al Hosni, Vice Chairman & Group Managing Director, added, “His Majesty’s recent return represents a catalyst for us to exert more efforts in order to continue the march towards further successes at all levels as a token of gratitude and appreciation to His Majesty’s relentless efforts to transform Oman into what it is today – a modern, safe, successful, stable and economically powerful state that leads by example”.
Qurum Business Group employs more than 5,000 professionals throughout its operations that include construction, engineering, landscaping, facilities management, and financial services. With over 40 years of experience, QBG remains deep-rooted in Oman by nurturing and growing businesses within the country in line with His Majesty Sultan Qaboos’s vision and extending the company’s diverse portfolio beyond its borders to the Middle East, Europe and Indian sub-continent.