Ooredoo recently hosted a special networking event for the top management of small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) businesses in Qatar at the new Shangri-La Hotel Doha.
The event, which welcomed around 40 executives, provided an educational run-through of Ooredoo’s services. It also highlighted the company’s ambitious vision to be the leading integrated ICT provider in Qatar and the region.
The networking-oriented event enabled customers to find out more about Ooredoo’s solutions for business and upcoming developments. Ooredoo officials answered questions and interacted with the participants, as well as suggested solutions that could benefit their sales and communications output.
Ooredoo was represented by chief sales & service officer Ahmad Abdulaziz A al-Neama, chief marketing officer Damian Philip Chappell, senior director of Business Sales Ronan Royce, and several dedicated business account managers.
Ooredoo Qatar COO Yusuf al-Kubaisi said: “Hosting events such as this shows our business customers not only our investment in our services and products, but in their companies as well. We believe that we can become a one-stop-shop for the latest, most innovative ICT solutions, and rely on small and medium businesses to champion our products and grow with us as a company.”
Ooredoo has been a pioneer of introducing next-generation business solutions in Qatar such as the Qatar Data Centres, Cloud and managed services, and more. Ooredoo aims to continue working with local businesses in Qatar to support the growth of a knowledge-based economy.
For full details of the solutions available, businesses customers can arrange a meeting with Ooredoo’s account manager or ring the business team at 800 8000.
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