SHARJAH, 20th January, 2023 (WAM) — Sheikh Saud bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, CEO of the Real Estate sector at Sharjah Asset Management, inaugurated the first edition of the Sharjah Family Festival for Asset Management, organised by the Sharjah Asset Management Company, the investment arm of the Government of Sharjah.
At Kshisha Park until 29th January, 2023, under the slogan “It’s better for us and you’re better”, the festival has been arranged with the support and participation of numerous government agencies and institutions in the Emirate of Sharjah.
The inauguration was attended by Ibrahim Al Houti, CEO of Osool Services at Sharjah Asset Management Company, Saeed Sharar, COO of Osool Services, and several managers, officials and representatives of the company’s subsidiaries and affiliates.
Attendees toured various sections of the festival, beginning with participating government entity platforms and designated platforms for company’s subsidiaries. The attendees were briefed on the full agenda, series of events, programmes and activities organised for visitors and family members of all ages.
Saeed Sharar stated that the festival’s launch enhances the company’s social responsibility role, bridging the communication gap between the company, local community and partners.
The festival was organised for the benefit of all members of society, who the company values as essential and effective partners in helping achieve comprehensive sustainable development goals for the Emirate, in support of the directives of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah.
His vision for the Emirate of Sharjah and the UAE aims to build sustainable, eco-friendly and healthy communities, with special emphasis on enhancing individual human growth through innovative strategies and solutions that contribute to maintaining a stable society. The festival is an excellent opportunity for families to spend quality time together and bond through fun events, workshops and activities.
Sharar praised the participation of government departments and acknowledged their contribution to the festival, reflecting the strength and cooperation between all companies and government agencies in the emirate. All Sharjah entities share the same goal of promoting a sustainable development strategy within the emirate, seeking to achieve sustainability in all fields, including economic, culture, and education.
A notable group of government agencies and institutions in the emirate will participate in the festival, namely the Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), Sharjah Children’s Centres, Environment And Protected Areas Authority, Department Of Agriculture And Livestock, Sharjah Media City (Shams), Sharjah Police, Civil Defence Authority and Social Services Department.
Over 10 days, the festival will offer artistic and educational activities, handicraft workshops, a cinema for children, food stalls catering to many cuisines, and many more fun activities, events and competitions to keep visitors entertained.