Hizmet school in Bangladesh receives the International Arch of Europe Award
Date posted: May 17, 2015
International Turkish Hope School has received The International Arch of Europe Award in The Gold Category.
The prominent award is designed to recognize the prestige of the outstanding companies, organizations, and businesspeople.
Recognized for commitment to quality, leadership, technology and innovation, International Turkish Hope School of Bangladesh was presented the International Arch of Europe Award to acknowledge strong quality and excellence. Mr. Bedreddin Suata, Chairman, received the prize on behalf of International Turkish Hope School at the InterContinental Frankfurt Convention Hall, from the President of the BID Group, Jose E. Prieto.
International Turkish Hope School makes quality a core focus for continuous improvement of management to maintain leadership in its sector and community.
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