Doha Bank has adorned its corporate headquarters building in West Bay – the Doha Bank Tower – with a new branding depicting the iconic ‘Tamim Al Majd’ artwork.
This comes as the bank stands in solidarity with the nation and in support of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani as the country passes through a crucial time in its history, it has said in a statement.
“‘Tamim Al Majd’ is a reflection of the collective mood of the nation, and Doha Bank is proud to join thousands of citizens and residents in using this eloquent image as a symbol of Qatari resilience and an expression of our loyalty to our beloved country,” said Sheikh Fahad bin Mohamed bin Jabor al-Thani, chairman, Doha Bank.
Sheikh Abdul Rehman bin Mohamed bin Jabor al-Thani, managing director of Doha Bank, said: “The spirit of togetherness and unity as demonstrated by the nation’s people over the last few weeks makes us even prouder of Qatar and its wise leadership.”
In addition to draping the exterior of the tower in the monochrome image, Doha Bank has added a wall of appreciation in front of its headquarters. The ‘Tamim Al Majd’ branding will be strategically placed across the bank’s internal workspaces and customer-facing areas, including elevator screens, ATM screens, and desktop and telephone backgrounds.
“By etching the (‘Tamim Al Majd’) image on a range of brand collaterals to broaden its reach and amplify its message, Doha Bank reaffirms that we stand firmly behind our leader,” said Dr R Seetharaman, CEO of Doha Bank.
Ahmed Ali Alhanzab, head of Administration at Doha Bank, added: “The branding and participation in ‘Tamim Al Majd’ is nothing but a patriotic duty, aimed at engaging all employees and customers to support this nationwide campaign.”
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