Vodafone Qatar recently held a recognition event to commemorate the best achievers among its retailers.
Under the Vodafone Al Mumayaz Programme, Vodafone invited more than 300 retailers to celebrate their efforts, which was also in line with the company’s commitment to build and strengthen relationships with mass market outlets, according to a statement.
The event featured entertainment from all over India, including celebrities Shruthy Menon and Kottayam Nazeer, and saw Vodafone give away prizes. Participants included retailers and distributors, in addition to Vodafone Qatar sales, marketing, operations, networks and channels teams who joined in the festivities.
Rasha El Azharay, Consumer Business Unit director of Vodafone Qatar, said: “Our partners are keys to our success and therefore we place very high importance on the feedback they have about us as well. Our Mumayaz Programme and event aim to reward and recognise our retailers for their efforts and commitment to support Vodafone and be our ambassadors in the market.”
Aiming to engage with all its stakeholders, Vodafone holds regular meetings with its mass retailers to update them on the latest products and services besides networks improvement, the statement noted.
“The feedback and insights Vodafone gleans out of these meetings is essential to continuously enhance its mass market performance. These meetings also aim at engaging and conversing directly with shop owners and managers in order to collect first-hand input, which forms the basis for developing bespoke services and solutions to each area,” the company said.
Participants in the Al Mumayaz event expressed joy at the surprises in store for them, especially the recognition and appreciation of their accomplishments in front of their families, friends and the Vodafone team.
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