aintaining the streak of acknowledgement and recognition, LeBLANC adds on another well deserving recognition when the organisation was acknowledged and recognised with the Commonwealth Excellence recognition during the recent Commonwealth Youth Summit 2017 event held in Cyberjaya.
The internationally acclaimed affair was organised by the Commonwealth Youth Council, and supported by the Malaysian Government, the British High Commission and The Commonwealth Secretariat. The event aimed at celebrating youth and organisation within the Commonwealth realm, was attended by a prestige list of attendees. The three days summit saw honorary guests like His Royal Highness Prince Charles the Prince of Wales, Stefan Priesner the United nations Resident Coordinator, Khairy Jamaluddin the Malaysia’s Youth and Sports Minister, Dr. Josephine Ojiambo the Deputy Secretary-General of Commonwealth Youth Secretariat and Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Paduka Dr. Lim Kok Wing the President and Founder of Limkokwing University.
The internationally acclaimed affair was organised by the Commonwealth Youth Council, and supported by the Malaysian Government, the British High Commission and The Commonwealth Secretariat.
Officiated by Prince Charles, the three days summit saw panels discussing youth potentials and contributions to the Commonwealth community, on top of honouring organisations that has contributed to the economic growth of countries within the Commonwealth realm by awarding them with the Commonwealth Excellence recognition. Represented by its Head of Corporate Communications, Mad Dadameah, LeBLANC Berhad were among the recipients that was given the honour in receiving such prestige recognition.
When asked about his thoughts of the acknowledgment, Mad Dadameah expressed his gratitude on behalf of LeBLANC, and pointed out the importance of such recognition for the organisation as being a step forward in achieving its vision of becoming a world class establishment that contributes and gives back to society.
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