Dubai, UAE, September 19, 2017: Malabar Gold & Diamonds, one among the BIG 5 jewellery retailers globally with a strong retail network of over 180 retail outlets spread across nine countries, has been recognized with prestigious ‘Superbrand' award by the Superbrands council. Malabar Gold and Diamonds is being awarded Superbrand status for the fifth time in a row. Superbrands organization, the independent authority and arbiter of branding, announced the achievement in the 13th annual Superbrands tribute event, which was held to honor the UAE's strongest brands at Intercontinental Hotel, Dubai Festival City on 17th September 2017.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr Shamlal Ahamed, Managing Director –International Operations, Malabar Gold & Diamonds said ‘We are honored to receive ‘Superbrand' award for the fifth consecutive year and this is a direct testimony of the quality services delivered by the team to our increasing customer segments. Such acceptance gives us the motivation to strengthen and further enhance our presence globally. This is a great collective achievement for us and I take this opportunity to thank our customers, team members and investors, without their wholehearted support this remarkable feat would not have been possible.'
Malabar Gold & Diamonds, one of the largest jewellery retailers sets a wonderful example for corporate philanthropy through various charity programs in India, Middle East and Far East. The group, which currently has over 180 showrooms undertakes several welfare activities in the areas of their operations by associating with like-minded organizations and associations to carry out various welfare activities in the respective region.
The Superbrands Council in each country is comprised of individuals who have shown exceptional aptitude in business and who have a thorough knowledge of that particular country's markets and methods of business. With such high standard set for the brand, every progress to reach a milestone will be a success story. The Superbrands Council member's shortlist the candidate's brands based on their research and companies cannot send requests for nomination.