Vodafone Qatar has created a dedicated landing page on its website where local suppliers can show interest in working with the telecom company.
This landing page will support Vodafone in opening its supply chain and creating a range of commercial opportunities for the country’s entrepreneurs.
Once interest has been shown on the landing page, they will be a part of Vodafone’s supply chain management system and through this platform; Vodafone can easily connect with and contact such business for future opportunities if they arise.
This extension of the Vodafone platform is a part of Vodafone Qatar’s commitment to growing and supporting local companies, which count for a significant portion of the country’s commercial sector.
“Enabling their growth and progress is part and parcel of our efforts to bring the Qatar National Vision 2030 to life. We have a strong track record in delivering the solutions and services that help power such businesses, and now with this latest innovation we’re hoping to create enormous value and opportunity by bringing them in even closer to our business,” said Sheikh Hamad bin Abdullah al-Thani, Vodafone Qatar chief executive.
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