FP7 has launched its own investigation into the legitimacy of some of FP7 Doha’s winning Lynx entries.
Azmi Yafi, CEO of FP7, UAE, is leading what he calls ‘a fact finding mission’. He said: “Yes, we are prepared to take decisive action regarding any submission by FP7 Doha which genuinely contravenes the rules, regulations and the spirit of Lynx.”
Yafi and the management team are looking at every winning or shortlisted entry and investigating the accuracy of all pertinent entry-related information.
“This is not just about winning or losing at Lynx,” said Yafi. “This is about ethics, and practices, and about Promoseven’s responsibility towards our industry.”
The internal investigation was launched by the group’s top management after several allegations about irregularities. Yafi added: “We are looking into the allegations and if we have discrepancies from our end, we will take immediate and swift action to remedy them.”
The move follows the launch of an official investigation by Dubai Lynx organisers into work for three of FP7 Doha’s clients (see previous post).