Commercial Bank has said its “Life in Qatar” campaign, which provides specialised services for new arrivals, is proving to be a “huge success”.
With thousands relocating to Qatar this September, “Life in Qatar” has been designed especially with these expatriates in mind to help them settle in faster, according
to a statement from the bank.
“As Commercial Bank’s ‘Life in Qatar’ campaign enters its second month, a significant amount of new customers have been taking advantage of the most comprehensive range of benefits for new arrivals that reduce the stress of relocation. ‘Life in Qatar’ customers can open an account even before they arrive, enjoy a complimentary chauffeur pick-up service from the airport, receive exceptional mobile and entertainment packages through the bank’s partnership with Ooredoo and have support in searching for a new home,” the statement explained.
Commercial Bank is the first bank in Qatar to provide tailored services for new arrivals and its “Life in Qatar” campaign is now in its third year.
For this year’s campaign, a number of new benefits have been introduced to help customers get mobile, including two free Uber taxi rides, complimentary vouchers worth QR300 for driving lessons, assistance in applying for a Qatari driving licence with priority registration and a free driving guide book.
To help with the costs of settling into a new country, until October 31, “Life in Qatar” customers who take a Commercial Bank credit card will receive bonus reward points worth up to QR1,000. These can be used across Qatar to help customers buy essential items for their new homes, cover hidden expenses or enjoy a night out in town.
Dean Proctor, Commercial Bank EGM, chief consumer & private banking, said: “We are delighted with the success of our ‘Life in Qatar’ campaign so far this summer. The response from new arrivals has exceeded our expectations and confirms the strength of Commercial Bank’s industry-leading and newly enhanced proposition for salaried expatriates who are yet to arrive or have just arrived in Qatar.”
“Life in Qatar” offers a range of benefits for salaried expatriates in the country. Through a dedicated website, www.lifeinqatar.com, expatriates can find information on the most frequently asked questions about living in Qatar.
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