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The fifth Annual Blood Donation Campaign

The fifth Annual Blood Donation Campaign was done at the Jaleel Corporate Office on 12th Oct,2017. The event was organized in association with Dubai Blood Donation Center (DBDC), which is a department of Al Wasl Hospital. Almost one hundred staff came forward to be a part of the solemn event and 52 pints of blood could be collected.

UAE Food Bank will boost surplus food donation in Dubai

Around 10 per cent of hotels, restaurants and hypermarket chains in Dubai are already donating their edible excess food and goods to the needy. And this would further increase with the launch of the UAE Food Bank, charities say.

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Agreement Between Jaleel Holdings and BIOS for Fully Managed Cloud Services

As the popularity of cloud computing grows across the Gulf, more companies are starting to adopt the benefits of cloud services into their business infrastructure. One of them is the UAE based investment company Jaleel Holdings.

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Dubai grocers upbeat on DED rules

Groceries in Dubai are upbeat and already working towards the recent changes proposed by the Department of Economic Development (DED) to be brought into effect by 2018. Popular household names in the sector such as Jaleel Holdings and Al Adil have hailed the proposed changes to improve the quality of services offered to consumers in Dubai.

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Cash and carry will change retail

The UAE's wholesale business is currently undergoing a shift and entering a new era in which it is going to give the large retailers and hypermarkets a run for their money, according to a leading wholesaler in the country.

Sameer K. Mohammad, Managing Director of UAE-based Jaleel Holdings, which owns Jaleel Wholesale Point, told Gulf News that a new trend will engulf the UAE's wholesale trade that could potentially make the groceries and corner shops more attractive and price competitive than they are now.

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Tapping technology for growth

When Sameer K. Mohammad took over the reins, it was not a case of him trying to get the family-owned business to adapt to technology in a big way. It was more an effort to get the business and its employees not to treat technology as a scourge.

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