Badr Al-Olama appointed as Chairman of Emirates Post Group Company

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Badr Al-Olama

Emirates Post Group Company (EPGC) has announced the appointment of Badr Al-Olama as the Chairman of the organization. With Al-Olama at the helm, and with his strong leadership and business acumen, EPGC is set to forge ahead with its diversification, digitalization and expansion efforts aimed at further enhancing the presence of its brands in local, regional, and international markets.  

Commenting on his appointment, Al-Olama said: “I am honored to lead, alongside the Board and management, the next phase of business transformation for Emirates Post Group. I am confident that, as a team, we can make a substantial contribution to the diversification of the nation’s knowledge and innovation-based economy, as well as drive sustainable growth towards the next 50 years.” 

“By building on the successful milestones that were achieved under the leadership of my predecessor, His Excellency Mohammed Sultan Al Qadi – a remarkable individual who has left an incredible legacy at Emirates Post Group, we will continue to pursue a strategic and innovative approach that embeds a performance excellence mindset to intensify the growth and transformation of Emirates Post Group.

A seasoned expert with extensive knowledge in various sectors, Al-Olama holds prominent leadership positions across various companies and organizations. He is the current Executive Director of the UAE Clusters at Mubadala’s Investment Company. He also spearheads the organizing committee of the Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (GMIS), a pioneering collaborative platform jointly established by the UAE and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). 

Moreover, he is involved in other leading companies in the UAE, holding the post as Chairman of Strata Manufacturing (Strata) and Sanad Group (Sanad), while serving as a Board Director at Al Yah Satellite Communications Company (Yahsat), Mubadala Health, Shuaa Capital, Oumolat Security Printing, as well as a number of automotive and energy joint ventures in Algeria.