flynas supports marketing knowledge through sponsoring Saudi Marketing Conference



Riyadh, November 2014:
flynas, the Saudi National Carrier, participated in the Saudi Marketing Conference 2014 in the Diamond category and as the aviation carrier of the event, which was organized by the Saudi Industrial Property Authority (MODON). Held at the Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh, the conference was attended by more than 750 participants and supported by 12 sponsors.

flynas’s contribution to the conference was based on its interest in supporting important local activities, especially in the marketing and innovation fields, where new ideas are born in the Kingdom’s highly competitive market.

Commenting on the event, Wael Al-Sarhan, Director of Marketing and Communications at NAS Holding, said “At flynas we regularly participate in different key activities and events along with governmental entities and accordingly we gave priority to our participation in the Saudi Marketing Conference since this prestigious event is organized by MODON.”

“Participating in the Saudi Marketing Conference enabled us to contribute positively to spreading knowledge and showcase our experience in all fields. At the same time, the conference enabled us to learn about the most recent trends in the marketing field and benefit from the experience of others in order to further enhance our services and attract new clusters to our customer base.” Al Sarhan went to say.

The annual Saudi Marketing Conference is the premier event for local, regional and international marketing professionals to grow their companies utilizing the latest marketing methodologies and benefit from a group of niche marketing speakers who included: Eng. Saleh Al Rasheed (Director General of MODON), Mr. Hamad Al Shiekh (Vice President, Marketing & Activities), Dr. Obaid Al Abdily and other national and international speakers.

flynas consistently achieves steady growth that makes it one of the largest airlines in the region. So far it has succeeded in operating more than 170,000 flights carrying 18 million travelers and looks forward to growing this number to 20 million a year by 2020.