Ooredoo has continued to enhance the range of services and support available for small businesses in Qatar by running a series of campaigns to raise awareness on available solutions.
Ooredoo’s #BusinessInstincts campaign was designed to promote the growth of Qatar’s small and medium companies, highlighting the success of a number of home-grown brands and the role ICT services can play in enabling that success.
Ooredoo has also launched a dedicated website with case studies about some of these successful brands that other companies can learn from, as well as an online survey about the requirements of small businesses in Qatar.
Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, chief operating officer at Ooredoo Qatar, said, “Companies in Qatar are looking to hone their competitive edge by deploying innovative solutions to reduce costs and boost their connectivity. Ooredoo is looking to be the business partner of choice for ICT solutions, which is why we’ve focused so heavily on engaging with the business community in recent months.”
The #BusinessInstincts initiative was complemented by Ooredoo’s ‘Ignite Customer Conversation’ campaign, which has seen the telecom giant engage with hundreds of business customers and provide free consultancy sessions over the summer.
Sessions are held directly at customers’ places of business, providing a comprehensive introduction to Ooredoo’s portfolio of ICT solutions, as well as on-site analysis of customers’ distinct business communication needs.
Other successful initiatives have included the opening of new dedicated business desks in Ooredoo shops, which have received thousands of visitors per month.
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