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IESL, Fawibe bag World Confederation of Businesses Award

 The International Energy Services Limited (IESL) has been honored with the highest Award of the World Confederation of Businesses, BIZZ SIGNATURE, as “An Inspirational Company,” while IESL Founder and Group Chairman, Dr. Diran Fawibe was also honored with “World Leader Businessperson.”

The colorful Award ceremony was held in Houston, Texas, on 25 May 2024.

IESL was selected for the Platinum Category for consistently exceeding the evaluation criteria of the World Confederation of Businesses for Business Leadership, quality of Services, management, innovation and Creativity, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Results achieved. The World Confederation of Businesses is an international organization representing over 3,500 business members worldwide in more than 130 countries.

The organization’s primary mission is promoting business development worldwide by facilitating the growth and recognition of the successes of leading companies and entrepreneurs through their bespoke set of services.

It also offers greater benefits and assistance towards the acceleration of the commercial development of the organization.

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The award, according to the company would further spur IESL to continue with its culture of excellence through its business operational units: Engineering Design and Construction; Oilfield Supply and Services; Environmental Waste Management and Analytical Laboratory Services; Technical Services (Project Management and Construction Supervision); Power and Renewable Energy; Design and Installation, while its Global Business Unit handle its Joint Venture (JV) operations in four African countries and provision of Technical Support Services in a number of other African countries.

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