Aladdin part­ners United

New Straits Times - - Sport - Za­harah Oth­man

MANCH­ESTER: Aladdin Group, the owner of the world’s first ded­i­cated premium qual­ity prod­ucts for Halalan Toy­ib­ban fo­cused emar­ket­place, launched a part­ner­ship with Manch­ester United yes­ter­day.

Present at the part­ner­ship launch at the Aon Train­ing Com­plex in Manch­ester were Aladdin Group’s co-founders Datuk Seri Des­mond To, Datuk Dr Sheikh Musza­phar Shukor, Datuk Wes­ley Ong, and Malaysian High Com­mis­sioner to the United King­dom, Datuk Ah­mad Ra­sidi Haz­izi.

Manch­ester United were rep­re­sented by their Head of Part­ner­ships, Ser­vices and Op­er­a­tions, Tom Hill, and sev­eral of their play­ers, in­clud­ing cap­tain Wayne Rooney, Phil Jones, Michael Car­rick, An­to­nio Va­len­cia and Joel Pereira.

Hill, in his speech to the au­di­ence which also in­cluded rep­re­sen­ta­tives from Aladdin Sin­ga­pore, China and Cen­tral Asia, said: “I think we will quickly see Aladdin Street as a fast and am­bi­tious part­ner who has the imag­i­na­tion and de­ter­mi­na­tion to grow into a global house­hold name, some­thing Manch­ester United hopes to play a part in by work­ing to­gether to raise aware­ness of this unique of­fer­ings amongst our 659 mil­lion fol­low­ers.”

Musza­phar, who is Malaysia’s first as­tro­naut, said: “Aladdin Street prides it­self as the world’s first ex­clu­sive premium qual­ity prod­uct fo­cused e-mar­ket­place.

“And since we com­menced op­er­a­tions in 2016, Aladdin Street has in­jected a breath of fresh air ex­cite­ment and an­tic­i­pa­tion to the in­dus­try in the Asia Pa­cific re­gion and very soon to the world,” he said.

To, who is Aladdin Group pres­i­dent, said will roll out its ser­vices glob­ally by fea­tur­ing prod­ucts and ser­vices from Malaysia and Sin­ga­pore in the ini­tial stages, with more com­ing on board from its net­work of­fices in 30 coun­tries.

Aladdin Group’s co-founder Datuk Dr Sheikh Musza­phar Shukor with Manch­ester United’s Wayne Rooney dur­ing a part­ner­ship launch be­tween the two par­ties in Manch­ester yes­ter­day.

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