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Tribune News Network
The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) and Qatar Vision (QVision) were among the big winners at the Eventex Awards 2021 thanks to the impact of three FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 milestones.
The organisations received seven awards at this year’s ceremony, which recognises events and experience marketing excellence. The prizes were given for the Qatar 2022 emblem launch and the inauguration of both Al Janoub and Ahmad Bin Ali stadiums. In total, the SC and QVision won two gold awards, three silver and two bronze medals.
This is the 11th year of the Eventex Awards, which this year received 561 entries from 37 countries. Founded in 2009 to celebrate creativity, innovation and effectiveness in the industry, the Eventex Awards are considered esteemed prizes in the world of events and experiential marketing.
Nasser Al Khater, CEO of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 LLC, said: “We are very proud to receive these awards. All three milestones were tremendous events which helped to build excitement on the road to 2022 and the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East and Arab world. Huge praise must go to the SC’s Marketing division, who worked closely with QVision to successfully deliver these events.”
Sharif Hashisho, QVision CEO, said: “We are honoured to support Qatar’s preparations for the World Cup. It is a real honour to receive these awards and testament to the hard work of the SC and QVision, who collaborated successfully to deliver these major milestones.”
“Receiving an Eventex award is tremendous recognition for the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy and Qatar Vision. Every accolade is based entirely on merit and acknowledges fantastic creativity, flexibility and innovation. So, huge congratulations to the SC and QVision,” said Ovanes Ovanessian, co-founder of the Eventex Awards.
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