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Well Food signs MoU with ITAM to assist in innovative programmes

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Published: 21:35, 29 September 2022  
Well Food signs MoU with ITAM to assist in innovative programmes

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Well Food Limited, a concern of the country’s leading business conglomerate, Well Group, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ibrar Tipu Music Academy (ITAM) in view to extend support in implementing different innovative projects and programmes of ITAM.

The signing ceremony took place September 26 at the head office of Well Group at RAOWA Complex in the capital, said a press release.

Under the agreement, Well Food will come forward to provide assistance in different programmes and projects chalked out by the ITAM around the year.

Firstly, Well Food customers purchasing food items worth at least Tk 1,000 and who intend to get admitted with ITAM will get Tk 2,000 gift voucher from every branch of Well Food in Dhaka and Sylhet.

agreement will come into effect on October 1.

Director of Well Group Syed Zabeer Hassan, son of the chairman & CEO of Well Group Syed Nazrul Islam, and Chairman and CEO of ITAM, noted Music Director and popular Singer, Ibrar Tipu signed the MoU on behalf of the respective organisations.

Head of Brand and Marketing Md Ebrahim Sujon and other senior officials of both Well Group and ITAM were also present at the signing ceremony.

views in this regard, Well Group Director Syed Shahidul Islam said that the initiative of tie-up between Well Food and ITAM will certainly bring good to the music industry.

Addressing the signing ceremony, ITAM Chairman Ibrar Tipu said he has a massive plan to bring about qualitative changes in the process of learning in different areas of the music industry so that the learners can achieve basic knowledge of music and explore their hidden talents.

Expressing gratitude to Well Food, Ibrar said the proper flourishing of art and culture always needs patronisation or logistic support and the country’s corporate sector have the responsibilities in this regard.

“It’s really great to share that Well Group, which has already achieved positive images in the market by their quality products and commitment to the consumers, have come to tie up with ITAM and I strongly believe that the bonding will bring about mutual benefits for both of us”, Tipu added.

Delivering a speech on the occasion, WELL Group Director Md Zabeer Hassan said that the conglomerate always supports positive endeavours that promote socio-economic and cultural wellbeing in society.

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