Hamoud Al-Ibrahi founder of The Panda Markets in Saudi Arabia and the famous Hervey restaurant chain, the Saudi businessman in the name of God after suffering long with the disease Saturday, 28/3/1442H
A relative of Hamoud Al-Ibrahim was admitted to Al Hammadi Hospital on 9 Th.
Al-Barahim, owner of the Panda chain of stores in Saudi Arabia, is the leading brand in the retail market.
Between 1974 and 1980, the late businessman moved in more than 10 jobs, during which he gained experience, particularly through his work as general manager of a bakery and hotel, and then founded Panda.
In 1993, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, al-Barahim, participated in Hervey, which contributed to the expansion of its business and became a public company and entered its shares in the Saudi financial market.
Hammoud al-Saad al-Barahim was the first to introduce fast food to Saudi Arabia, the website said.
Many writers, journalists and businessmen in Saudi Arabia, the late Hamoud Al-Ibrahim , mourned
Fahad Al-Deghaither wrote in a tweet, on his Twitter account, “I was surprised shortly by the news of the death of my great professor Hammoud Al-Saad Al-Barahim, founder of The Bandah Markets and founder of the Partnership for Hervey Restaurants.”
“It was a teacher, a colleague and a friend.” May God bless You, Abu Saad, and i will comfort you in his paradise and sincere condolences to his family and all the members of the Ibrahim family. We belong to God and to Him we shall return.”
Nayef al-Harbi said: “The death of one of the most successful Saudi merchants in history, Hammoud Al-Saad Al-Barahim, founder of Panda Markets and founder of the Partnership for Hervey Restaurants, calls on him for mercy and forgiveness.”
Who is Hamoud Al-Ibrahim ?
Hammoud Al-Barahim was born in 1939 in Riyadh district of Al-Malaz neighborhood.
فجعت قبل قليل بخبر وفاة أستاذي الكبير #حمود_السعد_البراهيم مؤسس #اسواق_بنده ومؤسس بالشراكة لمطاعم #هرفي. لقد كان نعم المعلّم والزميل والصديق. رحمك الله أبا سعد وأسكنك فسيح جناته وخالص العزاء لأسرته الكريمه وكافة أفراد آل إبراهيم الكرام.
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— فهد الدغيثر 🇸🇦 (@DeghaitherF) November 14, 2020
Hamoud Al-Ibrahim was the first to introduce fast food to Saudi Arabia
He is the first to introduce fast food to Saudi Arabia and travel between 1974 and 1980 in more than 10 jobs, during which he gained experience, especially through
Hervey’s first restaurant
Hamoud Al-Ibrahim worked as general manager of a bakery and hotel, after which he founded Panda and owned the bulk of hervey food shares through Panda,
In 1993, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal participated in Hervey, which contributed to the expansion of its business and turned into a public company and entered its shares in the Saudi financial market.
The history of Panda Markets
Hamoud Al-Ibrahim founded Panda Markets in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, in 1978 to be the first modern retail market chain in Saudi Arabia.
It was fully acquired by Savola Group in 1999 to witness further prosperity during the 21st century with more than 200 branches spread across the Kingdom today,
It has also won numerous awards throughout its history, including the 2012 Best International Retail Brand Award.
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