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Batelco backs major global telecoms forum

Bahrain Business
Mon, 11 Apr 2016

Manama: Batelco, with its increasing focus on global business market, has announced it will be the prime sponsor of International Telecoms Week (ITW) 2016.

The event will be held in Chicago from May 8 to 11.

Batelco, having completed an extensive global expansion project earlier in the year, has focused more of its efforts towards developing its global partnerships with world-renowned providers to offer end-users an excellent service experience. Such prestigious events as ITW offer Batelco a platform to meet its partners from around the world, and discuss ways to strengthen their relationships further. 

ITW is an annual event, now in its ninth year, which attracts more than 6,000 senior executives from carriers, service providers, ISPs, VOIP providers and technology partners from all over the world.

Batelco is sponsoring ITW 2016, and a number of its executives will represent the company to discuss their global plans and ways to move forward with their partners during the event. 

The Batelco participants will also further reinforce the company’s global footprint and capabilities, while meeting exhibitors and potential partners and customers. 

“We are very keen on supporting events that aim to develop the telecom industry, and as such we are proud to be sponsoring ITW 2016,” said Batelco chief global business officer Adel Al Daylami.

“This year we are attending the event with a stronger global portfolio and will work on strengthening it even further during the conference.”

Batelco is viewed as a leader in providing global data solutions as the company has an established presence in all major areas including the Middle East, Europe, the US, Asia and Africa. 

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