PIB: strategic sponsor of Nablus Shopping Festival 2022

The Palestine Islamic Bank (PIB) signed an agreement with the Nablus Chamber of Commerce and Industry to be the strategic sponsor of the Nablus Shopping Festival 2022, which will start next Wednesday, September 21, 2022.

The agreement was signed at the headquarters of the Nablus Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in the presence of the Chamber's President, Mr. Omar Hashem, a number of its members, representatives of the sponsoring companies and the media. Representing the Bank, General Manager Dr. Imad Al-Sadi, Assistant Director General for Planning and Development Assem Al-Masry, Director of the Northern District Khatam Abu Aita, and a number of directors attended.

According to Al-Sadi, the bank is sponsoring the Nablus Shopping Festival 2022 as part of its efforts to support national products and industries and contribute to the revitalization of commerce in the country.

He added: "We are sponsoring the festival to support it and make it a success, and to always prove that Palestinian products are competitive products that need permanent support from the private sector. The festival is an opportunity to introduce Palestinian consumers to the advantages that such products offer."

Al-Sadi indicated that the bank sponsored several similar festivals and exhibitions this year, including the Jenin Shopping Festival 2022, the Summer Champions Shopping Festival in Gaza, and the Palestine Food Exhibition 2022, which was held in Bethlehem.

He invited everyone at the festival to visit the PIB pavilion to learn about the latest modern Islamic banking services and products that meet their needs.

The festival is organized in partnership between the Nablus Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Palestinian Communications and Informatics Society, and Eventive Event Management. It will include dozens of brands from various sectors, including main local industries, handicrafts, entrepreneurial projects, popular foods, and others, and events that will cater to all family members.