Blue Ocean Academy is the first organization in the UAE from the corporate training services industry to win the iconic Superbrands 2021 status, reinforcing its position as the leading name in knowledge empowerment solutions in the MENA region.
The distinction by Superbrands, a global independent authority and arbiter of branding was bestowed upon Blue Ocean Academy in recognition of its exceptional contribution and reliability to deliver consistently in the field of professional learning and development.
With this latest achievement, Blue Ocean has once again added an extra glory to its ever-increasing array of awards. Earlier this year, the academy bagged the prestigious ‘Great Place to Work’ certification for its outstanding support to its employees.
Being acknowledged as a premier professional knowledge empowerment brand with Superbrands title in the UAE is a matter of great pride and honour for us.
Dr. Sathya Menon, CEO of Blue Ocean Academy remarked, “We are thrilled to announce that Blue Ocean Academy is the UAE’s first entity from the professional training services industry to have won the illustrious Superbrands status. The feeling is truly incredible.”
Dr. Menon further added, “Being acknowledged as a premier professional knowledge empowerment brand with Superbrands title in the UAE is a matter of great pride and honour for us. This is not only an inspiration in our journey for achieving continuous improvement but also an affirmation of the fact that we are heading in the right direction.”
With awards galore to its name, Blue Ocean has indeed carved its unique space as a distinct market leader in corporate training programs related to procurement, logistics, supply chain, finance, human resources, administration, quality management, aviation, and travel. Since its inception 23 years ago, the academy has played a pivotal role in upskilling and reskilling thousands of professionals, thus, earning the reputation of shaping the largest network of supply chain management executives in the Middle East.
“Attaining the Superbrands status is a prestigious accolade for any organization. Blue Ocean has once again raised the bar by becoming the first corporate training enterprise in the UAE to win this coveted title,” stated Mr. Abdul Aziz, Chairman, Blue Ocean Academy.
This is not only an inspiration in our journey for achieving continuous improvement but also an affirmation of the fact that we are heading in the right direction.
Receiving the Superbrands status offers brands great recognition and the advantage of strengthening their brand position. Every year thousands of brands worldwide compete for this esteemed title, out of which the top ones are hand-picked after a strict review and voting process by the Superbrands Council.
Superbrands operates in 90 countries and has worked with over 35,000 leading international brands. Some of the top names awarded with Superbrands status include ADNOC, Dubai Duty Free, Mashreq, RAK Ceramics, ENOC to name a few.
Alex Bibi, Brand Liaison Director of Superbrands said “Blue Ocean Academy is the first brand from the corporate training services background in the UAE to attain the Superbrands designation. They are one of the top selected organizations chosen for 2021 by the UAE Brand Council. Our best wishes to them for a steady and successful future.”
About Blue Ocean:
Headquartered in Dubai and having a strong presence in entire GCC Market, Blue Ocean is one of the largest knowledge empowerment enterprises in the Middle East region with over 23 years of experience. The organization has served more than 90,000 alumni worldwide with its vast offering of 80+ customized training programs and has a global network of certified trainers, international affiliations and multinational partners. Blue Ocean Academy specializes in designing courses that bridge the gap between infrastructure and knowledge, imparting futuristic skills to a new genre of industry leaders, shaping them into dynamic professionals in an increasingly competitive world.
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