Easa Al Gurg
Easa Al Gurg is Group CEO of the Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group. Under his leadership the Group continues to focus on organic expansion while delivering innovative turnkey solutions to iconic projects across all industry sectors.
Easa Al Gurg is Group CEO of the Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group (ESAG). Under his leadership the Group continues to focus on organic expansion while delivering innovative turnkey solutions to iconic projects across all industry sectors.
Known for his strong work ethic, Easa is a proponent of empowerment and accountability. He believes a challenging task enhances motivation, while a monotonous one stifles the drive to perform well. He is a synergist who likes to connect and strategize, taking into consideration diverse perspectives that both unify and energize all stakeholders within the business.
Easa has been instrumental in charting the business roadmap for the Easa Saleh Al Gurg Commercial and Industrial Group during his tenure as CEO. Leveraging many long-standing partnerships and highly skilled leadership teams, he prioritized key components of growth to include innovation in customer engagement, a strong sense of ownership among employees as well as agility and adaptability to varying market requirements.
Taking on the role of Group CEO from May 2021, Easa will continue to advocate performance management and positive leadership that focuses on sustainable revenue and profitability, while further strengthening the core expertise of a diverse conglomerate such as ESAG, enabling growth beyond existing areas of operation and territories.
A young leader from the third generation of the family, Easa joined ESAG in August 2010 as the General Manager of Scientechnic, the Group’s flagship company. Prior to that he worked with Siemens LLC as an Assistant Manager in the Accounting & Finance department.
Easa is also a Board Member of the Al Gurg Charity Foundation which was set up by royal decree in October 2010. The Foundation assists in establishing and supporting charity housing projects, orphanages, elderly homes and academic institutions besides providing study and research grants to students, as well as support for medical treatment to those in need.