Al Baraka Bank celebrates I-Day

KARACHI (pr): Al Baraka Bank Pakistan aims to play an active role in social and economic development, by way of contributing to secure the welfare, balance and solidarity of financially and socially challenged segment or by participating in productive projects aiming to earn everyone’s trust and to extend a small gesture of gratitude towards the innumerable blessings of Allah Subhan utallah.

Be it at our group level or locally, we have always supported our engagement through various initiatives, as we believe, with  the commitment of each individual, social responsibility becomes closely interconnected to our thoughts and actions as an organization. Together, we can show what ‘passion to perform’ can achieve, when it is passed on – in business and beyond.

A Group of Volunteers from Al Baraka Bank spent a day, celebrating the Independence Day, with the Children at The Citizens Foundation (TCF) School.

On this occasion, the school was painted green and white with Pakistan Flags, buntings and balloons. During the day, children from Primary and Secondary section presented various art based activities on stage, depicting the importance of celebrating Independence Day. Children took part in speeches, small stage dramas, tableau, singing of national songs etc.

Djuice becomes most Socially Devoted Telecom Brand

ISLAMABAD (PR): Telenor Pakistan’s youth centric brand djuice has been named the most socially devoted Facebook brand in the world in telecommunications industry, according to a global study. According to analytical data released by djuice was in the lead in telecom sector with 100% response rate with over ten thousand user questions answered in July 2014.. It is pertinent to note that in March 2014 djuice became Pakistan’s largest followed youth brand with over a million fans on Facebook and most followed youth brand in Pakistan’s telecom industry.

According to Telenor Pakistan’s post from FIFA Football World Cup campaign became the second most popular post in Pakistan with total interactions in excess of fifty thousand and an engagement rate of 7.7% whereas an average post engagement rate in Pakistan, according to the report, is merely 0.22%.

Samsung launches wireless speaker

LAHORE (PR): Samsung announced Samsung Level Box mini, the latest addition to Samsung’s Level series of premium audio products. The Samsung Level Box mini delivers the high-quality sound as Level Box but within a lighter, more compact metallic body. The Level Box mini comes in an assortment of rich, vivid colors, giving consumers a stylish, affordable and exceptional listening experience.

The Samsung Level Box mini sports a large (55mm) stereo speaker and a passive radiator, optimized to deliver premium-quality sound that is powerful, crisp and balanced. Level Box mini is compatible with the Samsung Level App, which provides Volume Control, Text-to-Speech, S Voice and SoundAlive. SoundAlive, Samsung’s innovative audio technology, intelligently makes automatic adjustments to sound quality by analyzing the source to ensure the best sound quality. The Level Box mini utilizes theaptX codec so that users can enjoy uninterrupted, robust streaming. The dedicated hardware design of Level Box mini provides noise reduction and echo cancellation, and a built-in microphone delivers clear voice, making it ideal for conference calls with friends.

Nasir appointed Pak & AFG representative

LAHORE: Nasir Qadir Bhadal has been appointed as PAK & AFG Representative –CMA , Australia ( Institute of Certified Management Accountants, Australia). At present he is working as Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary, of Punjab Industrial Estates Development and Management Company, Lahore.

He said that the Institute of Certified Management Accountants (Australia) is an independent Australian body. Its objectives are to provide a professional organization for management accountants, and to encourage, disseminate and promote the specialization in the organizations.