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DHFC welcomes 'Hamaly' heritage service.

Doha Festival City has welcomed the 'Hamaly' heritage service (assistant) alongside an accompanying babysitter service, offered by the Professionals Company for the 'first time' in Qatar. "The 5-star services will be provided for free to those with special needs, and at a discounted rate for senior citizens, as part of the ongoing social responsibility programmes at the company," it was explained in a statement. When families utilise the babysitting service, children will be treated to a fun time with the help of baby strollers, each fitted with an iPad; parents will be able to roam the mall and complete their errands, while feeling safe that their children are in the hands of professional and qualified babysitters. The Professionals Company offers the services in collaboration with Vodafone Qatar, Angry Birds World and McDonald's.

Doha Festival City has welcomed the 'Hamaly' heritage service (assistant) alongside an accompanying babysitter service, offered by the Professionals Company for the 'first time' in Qatar. "The 5-star services will be provided for free to those with special needs, and at a discounted rate for senior citizens, as part of the ongoing social responsibility programmes at the company," it was explained in a statement. When families utilise the babysitting service, children will be treated to a fun time with the help of baby strollers, each fitted with an iPad; parents will be able to roam the mall and complete their errands, while feeling safe that their children are in the hands of professional and qualified babysitters. The Professionals Company offers the services in collaboration with Vodafone Qatar, Angry Birds World and McDonald's.

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Date:Sep 17, 2018
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