Gree launches awareness campaign on preventive maintenance

LAHORE (PR): Gree is a leading global enterprise of air conditioners, which has now launched a ‘Preventive Maintenance Awareness Campaign’ for its customers all over Pakistan. This successful campaign, launched recently, brings great benefits for the customers who want to gain an insight into how to keep your Gree air conditioners in an immaculate condition, and enjoy peak performance from your Gree products.

Through this awareness campaign, technical experts from Gree are engaging the consumers to provide them information on important topics. The consumers are also provided with detailed ‘check lists' of the ‘service process’. During service visits, Gree is also giving a ‘free’ filter-change promotional offer, as a special favor to all its customers. The Gree service team has launched this limited-time offer for only Gree units, to facilitate its customers.

However, if any customer simply wants a new air filter, without the need for servicing his Gree AC – the standard charges of filter replacement will apply. The main purpose of this filter is to reinforce the importance & benefits of filter replacement once a year.

Through preventive maintenance of air conditioners, the customers can now learn to save a lot of unnecessary expenditure on repairs and maintenance of their Gree units. Such inspiration for timely maintenance makes Gree the most economical product-range, in the long run, requiring very low maintenance costs.

Gree ensures superior after-sales service for its diverse segments of loyal customers while producing the most reliable air conditioners and its prompt after-sale services provides best performance in Pakistan’s environment and climate.

 LUMS opens its doors for prospective students

LAHORE (PR): As part of its annual admission drive, the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) is holding Open Day sessions for prospective students in Islamabad, Karachi, and Lahore on the 3rd, 4th, and 11th of December respectively.

The Open Day sessions are designed to showcase the diverse range of programmes LUMS has to offer, and present prospective students an opportunity to get a first-hand personalised experience with the LUMS management, its departments, students, and alumni.

 While a regular feature at most international universities, LUMS is also eager to open its doors to prospective students to visit and explore the campus. Keeping up with this great annual tradition, the LUMS Vice Chancellor, Deans of all schools, faculty members, and successful alumni will join hands to meet aspiring students and answer their queries.

The Open Day sessions will provide an insight to campus life at LUMS and its world class facilities, while simultaneously providing applicants a platform to directly seek advice from faculty members on the programme of their choice. Students also get the chance to gain a broader perspective about their future education, the LUMS National Outreach Programme (NOP) and financial support opportunities at LUMS that have changed the lives of many across the country. The Open Day sessions will be open for prospective undergraduate and graduate students in Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore.

 BankIslami, Mastercard sign strategic alliance

KARACHI (PR): BankIslami Pakistan and Mastercard, a leading technology company in the global payments industry, have signed a strategic alliance to initiate “BankIslami Mastercard Programme”. As part of the collaboration, BankIslami's customers can look forward to enjoying the benefits of the Titanium Debit card, while using it for their local and international financial needs.

BankIslami’s Mastercard Titanium Debit card will be powered by Mastercard’s chip-enabled technology to provide maximum security to cardholders, who will also benefit from the Biometric-enabled features of BankIslami’s cardless ATMs.

The agreement was signed by Khalid Elgibali, Division President for Middle East and North Africa, Mastercard and Hasan A. Bilgrami, CEO BankIslami, in the presence of a number of senior Mastercard and BankIslami officials.

 HabibMetro Bank’s rewards for campaign winners

KARACHI (PR): HabibMetro Bank has conducted ‘Cash it With Money Gram’ campaign in collaboration with Money Gram International, wherein remittance recipients during the period of 7th June (1st Ramazan) to 30th September 2016 contested for the prizes offered. In a ceremony held the other day, 25 winners were selected by a raffle draw conducted by Reza Samad, MoneyGram Country Head MEPA.

Customers from HabibMetro Bank’s GhallaMandi Branch in Multan, Khanna Branch in Rawalpindi, South Park Avenue Branch in Karachi, I-10 Markaz Branch in Islamabad and Township Branch in Lahore won cash rewards of Rs200,000, Rs150,000, Rs100,000, Rs75,000 and Rs50,000 respectively.

In addition to this, cash rewards of Rs10,000 each were announced for 20 other customers.

HabibMetro Bank currently operates with an expanding nationwide network of 302 branches across 87 cities in Pakistan. HabibMetro has been awarded as the ‘Leading SME Trade Bank’ and ‘Leading Partner Bank in Pakistan’ by the Asian Development Bank in 2016.

 Rozee.pk launches employer verification

 LAHORE (PR): ROZEE.PK has launched Verification Badges for all employers using its website, bringing an added layer of security to the information of over 6.5 million professionals registered on the service.

ROZEE.PK’s founder and CEO, Monis Rahman explained the motivation behind this addition by saying, “ROZEE.PK takes verification of all employers that post jobs on our site very seriously. Some employers do not provide their complete information including CNIC or government issued identification and therefore our support team is not able to verify their identity. These employers are listed on ROZEE.PK as "Unverified". Discretion should be used when applying to jobs of unverified employers.”

The new feature can be seen on all posted jobs and company pages on ROZEE.PK, appearing as a green “Verified” badge for all authenticated organizations and a yellow “Unverified” badge for companies that have yet to provide the relevant information.

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