Tibiaan appoints Harrasi as VP of sales and marketing
Muscat – Tibiaan Properties, the sultanate’s award-winning real estate company, announced the appointment of Younis al Harrasi as its vice president of sales and marketing.
The newly created role reflects the company’s vision to hire experienced local talents and support its growth plans. Harrasi brings a sterling track record of over 12 years that includes leadership positions and roles with recognised achievements across various industries, according to a press release.
Prior to joining Tibiaan Properties, he led diverse and robust marketing communications projects, which provided him with deep insights of the market and great exposure to different challenges and opportunities. As a proactive leader, Harrasi is known for driving growth with expertise, delivering solutions for a number of ventures.
He will be spearheading the sales and marketing arm of Tibiaan Properties to help in brining fresh and innovative sales and marketing prospective helping clients to make well-planned and informed choices to realise their aspirations.
Harrasi will provide strategic insights to support Tibiaan’s expansion and business growth plans and introduce services that meet the needs of the clients.
“We are delighted to appoint a candidate of Harrasi’s caliber as he brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to our executive leadership team. At Tibiaan Properties, as we continue our journey of growth, the creation of this new role and the appointment of Harrasi comes in response to the increasing level of interest in our services and the opportunities provided available in our market. We look forward to his passion for our vision and strong business orientation to accelerate us on this path,” Fahad al Ismaili, CEO of Tibiaan Properties, said.
Hiring strong leaders and highly competent members has proven to be one of the brilliant strategies employed by Tibiaan Properties.
This has resulted in the company’s expansion, including its recent successful move to open the local realty market to global investors.
Younis al Harrasi