ReVCon was nothing less than spectacular and has reignited QNET in the Middle East and North Africa.
An impressive crowd of 3,000 people descended on the Hamdan Sports Complex for ReVCon which stands for Regional V-Convention, a more local version of the larger V-Con event.
Delegates heard inspiring stories of growth, to meet other Networkers like them and to learn more about exciting products over four days of QNET, The V and Networkers coming together.
V Managing Director Pathman Senathirajah was lost for words… What? Chief Pathman lost for words? Of course not.
“The energy, the passion, the joy of every single participant in the room. The past three days have been nothing short of amazing with all the great speakers who went on stage. This is the start of another great season for the Middle East region,” says Pathman on his Facebook Page.
One of the highlights were the Rashid Stars, a troupe of young performers from the Rashid Paediatric Therapy Centre who performed during the opening ceremony.
Trade Arabia reported that QNET signed a long term agreement with the Rashid Centre at ReVcon which means QNET will support the centre in a variety of ways over the coming years.
To mark the formal signing of the agreement, Regional General Manager Khaled Diab, who is based in Dubai, presented a cheque for USD 27,221 to Sheikh Mohammed Bin Maktoum Bin Juma Al Maktoum, a board director of Rashid Centre and Mariam Othman, the founder and GM of the Rashid Centre.
“Our involvement with the Rashid Centre will extend beyond a one-off cash donation. In keeping with our Billion Hearts global initiative, we are committing to support the children here in Dubai,” explains Khaled.