“HiDubai” concludes the “Impossible List” competition, with 14 winners receiving 50 thousand dirhams

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The “HiDubai.com” platform, one of the initiatives of the Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for Small and Medium Enterprises Development in the Dubai Economy, has concluded the “Impossible List” competition, by awarding 14 cash prizes worth 50 thousand dirhams.

The award ceremony was held in the presence of Yousef Al Shaibani, Director of the Draws Department in the Commercial Control and Consumer Protection Sector, at the Dubai Economy.

The “Impossible List” competition began on April 18, 2021, and was open to residents and visitors alike in Dubai. Users had to create a favorite list of categories and activities they liked on (HiDubai platform) and share it on social platforms, to get followers to expand its spread digitally.

Abdul Baset Al Janahi, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Tejoori Com, the company that owns the HiDubai.com platform, said: “Dubai is the first city in the world to list all commercial companies on a unified digital platform that provides them with a free digital presence. The competition benefited 11,871 companies registered in the Emirate of Dubai, which increased its spread and growth through the platform, which in turn facilitated users’ access to these companies.

The “Impossible List” competition attracted 1,826 participants who listed their favorite sites across Dubai, and got a total of 92,542 followers, and the total number of platform users reached 1.06 million users.

The first prize was won by Irfan Hazari, who received 15,000 dirhams for his list of 22,687 followers. “It was really impossible to choose a few commercial companies out of so many names,” he said. He thanked the HiDubai platform for providing the opportunity to participate in the competition.

Mirell Gonzalez came second in the competition, receiving 10,000 dirhams, and the rest of the prizes were distributed to 12 winners, with a value of 5,000 dirhams, 2,000 dirhams, and 1,000 dirhams.

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