TP-Link has organised a Networking T10 Cricket league for their partners in association with their channel partner, Shiva Computers. Lucas Jiang, General Manager, TP-Link Middle East and Africa (MEA) Said, “Being active directly contributes towards being happier and more productive. Fitness activities also help in building a good relationship between people, which helps to create a better workplace culture. In this fast-paced world that keeps our mental activity at a maximum more often than not, it is essential to give our minds some fuel by challenging our bodies.”
Keeping this in mind, TP-Link and Shiva Computers have launched the first season of their Networking T10 Cricket League which will have 6 participating teams. The league matches will be played on 1st and 2nd November at Zabeel Cricket Ground Gate No. 7 where each team will play two games to prove their mettle. The contenders for the semi-finals would be decided after this, and the final match will be held on 8th November.
Lucas Jiang added, “We always need some spark of energy to stay and get things done, its every companies responsibility to set a positive workplace culture that promotes the overall environment of their workplace, which actually encourages everyone in the business environment to take care of themselves and achieve better productivity.”
Through this event, TP-Link said that it aims to encourage networking and communications amongst their partners while nurturing a spirit of healthy competition. By organizing this league, TP-link and Shiva Computers are taking Dubai Fitness Challenge to a corporate level and encouraging other organizations around them to follow cue as well.
Naresh CEO of Shiva Computer also added, “We have a strong business relationship with TP-Link. Now we both together are working to support the fitness activity since #Dubai 30X30 fitness challenge is going on, we are also supporting this best initiative by organizing & participating, bringing our all customers together. We are creating excitement in the corporate marketplace and program management.”