Audemars Piguet Celebrates Al Kamandjâti Association’s Award offered by Takreem
In the presence of its media founder Ricardo Karam, Takreem association hosted its 2015 annual awards ceremony on November 14 at The Music Hall, “Zabeel Saray” Hotel. Audemars Piguet sponsored the Cultural Excellence category.
Takreem has chosen Al Kamandjâti Association as a winner in this category, for its exquisite events in the world of culture and arts. And being the sponsor of the Cultural Excellence category of the awards ceremony, Audemars Piguet offered its symbolic “Royal Oak” watch in collaboration with its partners in Dubai, Ahmed Seddiqi and Sons, to the winning association Al Kamandjâti, as an expression of appreciation and respect for their work and achievements. Audemars Piguet also offered a table clock to all the winners of the 12 Takreem ceremony categories.
After the festive awards ceremony, the attendees joined a cocktail party at Voi restaurant at Zabeel Saray Hotel, followed by the official dinner hosted by Takreem organization at the Music Hall.
For 140 years and until today, Audemars Piguet inspires generations of young watchmakers who have become great professionals in the field. In this context, Audemars Piguet supports Takreem’s efforts to encourage young Arab talents and reward their achievements.
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