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ADNEC sends two employees to Excel London to help out at London 2012 Olympics
posted on: 20/7/2012 11:18:07
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Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company (ADNEC) will be sending two of its employees to Excel London to help with the organisation and management of the venue during the London 2012 Olympics.
 
The two UAE nationals: Ahmed Al Obaidli, deputy director of venue operations and Saad Al Hasani, security manager, will help the venue with hosting seven Olympic and six Paralympic events.
 
Ali Saeed Bin Harmal Al Dhaheri, MD of ADNEC, said: “Giving ADNEC employees the chance to participate in the organisation, management and operation of Excel London during the Olympic Games shows ADNEC’s eagerness to develop its UAE national employees.
 
“They will be able improve their skills in managing large events and will learn how to cope with any problems and issues that may arise during its organisation.”
 
Excel London’s halls will be fully occupied throughout the
Olympic Games and more than 70,000 visitors are expected to visit the venue per day.
 
Al Dhaheri added that more than 14,700 athletes from around the world will be participating in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, of which 2,736 will be competing at Excel London.
 
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