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Client Story: ServiceAlliances

Christine Hobbi, President & CEO of ServiceAlliances says:  


photoMENA Alliances is a tremendous asset for ServiceAlliances. We worked with MENA Alliances on several projects between the US, Qatar and Palestine. The team was fully engaged and passionate on each and every project we did and are continuing to do. I am very happy with end results and our partnership and the opportunity to make a difference in the world! “  

 

 

 

Website: www.servicealliances.com

 

The Client

ServiceAlliances is a RSR (Remote Services Resourcing) organization based in the United States. It offers 1d018e61-68a0-4a8e-9648-db5288badab5business innovations to small, medium and large organizations with a positive social impact. Its goal through the provided services of training, social media, web design, translation and localization, as well as IT development is to enrich the lives of people and improve the efficiency of organizations by building service alliances and filling service needs around the world.

 

 

The Challenge

  1. “Getting the word out” about services offered
  2. Finding ways (through social media) to bridge the gap between the West and Middle East markets and workforces
  3. Targeting organizations/leaders that are expanding to new markets both in the U.S./Western Countries and the MENA Region

 

The Solution

  1. MENA Alliances designed and developed the ServiceAlliances’ website
  2. MENA Alliances partnered with ServiceAlliances in bringing work from organizations in United States.
  3. MENA Alliances provided translation services to ServiceAlliances
  4. MENA Alliances and ServiceAlliances partnered to offer training and webinars for MENA contractors to bridge skills gap between the West and Middle East markets and workforces

Results

  1. MENA Alliances and ServiceAlliances maintain an ongoing partnership in reaching a variety of markets for solutions-oriented services
  2. MENA Alliances and ServiceAlliances partnered to offer training and webinars for MENA contractors to bridge skills gap between the West and Middle East markets and workforces

 

 

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