MARAKEZ, the leading award-winning mixed-use real estate developer, continues to sponsor Hana Goda, the youngest Egyptian national table tennis champion, for the second year in a row, Invest-Gate reports.
The step falls within MARAKEZ strategy of being a strong advocate and supporter of health, fitness, and sports. It has sponsored several Egyptian athletes before, including several Olympians, and its developments are usually marked with integrated health and sports-focused amenities.
MARAKEZ definitely has a massive footprint as a unique sports and health supporter across its projects and in the whole community, and this reflected in developing the first 400-meter jogging track inside the Mall of Arabia to developing fitness clubs, sports facilities, and gyms across its developments.
“We are happy to continue supporting the talented rising star, Hana Goda who continues her journey towards success by breaking new records and making all Egyptians truly proud. MARAKEZ actively invests in people and promotes healthy and active lifestyles within the community through always making sure its developments have a strong fitness component,” Basil Ramzy, CEO of MARAKEZ, comments.
It is worth noting that Goda is the first time-ever table tennis player who tops the world rankings for girls under 15-, 17- and 19-year-old. Having achieved unprecedented standards, she has been marked as Africa’s first game-changer in history by the International Table Tennis Federation.
Over the years, MARAKEZ sustained a sports component through its developments and positioned itself as a major supporter of sports and athletes. This includes the Olympians it previously sponsored, as well as the MARAKEZ Pyramids Half Marathon. Being focused on developing people, developing projects, and developing sports, Hana’s sponsorship is organic to MARAKEZ’s values and goals in supporting rising athletes to continue being the best and to maintain their status on the top of the international rankings.