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Maestro Restro Lounge & Bar wins international quality award
22/03/2016 00:00:00
by Own Correspondent

HARARE’S Maestro Restro Lounge & Bar has won the prestigious International Star for Leadership in Quality (ISLQ) in a development that management says “reminds the world that Zimbabwe is alive”.

The award is a result of research and analysis carried on the Highlands based diner by Quality Hunters in a process directed by Business Initiative Directions (BID) which recognized Maestro’s outstanding contribution in leadership, quality, innovation and excellence.

Maestro will, in May this year, will join other world leaders to celebrate the achievement and receive the award in Paris, France.

The event will be attended by companies from 74 countries, together with leaders from different business fields, professionals from the worlds of economics, the arts as well as corporate image, and quality experts.

“The goal of BID is to provide a forum to establish the standards of excellence for quality development and to honour the people and organizations responsible for developing the most effective actions that exemplify that excellence,” says Jose E. Prieto, President of BID.

“The BID Quality Award provides companies of all sizes and market segments an opportunity to earn a reputable seal of approval that come with winning an award.”

Maestro, a local brand competing with internationally franchised businesses all over the world, becomes only the fourth Zimbabwean company to win the award since its inception in 1986.

“The award will further highlight Harare as a ‘must visit’ tourist destination and lifts the Zimbabwean flag even higher on this internationally respected platform,” said Ben Nyaumwe the Director of Maestro.

“This award will again remind the world that Zimbabwe is alive and is producing world class tourism establishments.”

Maestro has other remarkable achievements and awards which include hosting some of Zimbabwe’s high level events and functions such as welcome dinners for Toni Braxton, Baby Face and Anne Kansiime.

The diner won the best cocktail venue award in 2014. It is the first lounge to introduce to the local market the popular Arabic Hookah pipe commonly known as ‘Shisha’ or ‘Hubbly Bubbly’.

It also boasts a beautiful glass house for conferencing and events catering for up to 300 people and continues to live up to its theme of ‘Food. People. Music’.


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