Ooredoo has been honoured with an award at the Winter Summit of its partner, Silicon Valley innovation giant Plug & Play.
Ooredoo was named winner of the Corporate Award in the Internet of Things (IoT) category. More than 30 other companies in the Plug & Play ecosystem were considered for IoT awards, including household names like LG, Karcher, and Nintendo.
The Plug & Play Winter Summit 2020 was a four-day event held recently, celebrating the achievements of more than 147 startups and corporate partners. Alongside Ooredoo were such other major award winners as Pfizer and Star Alliance.
Ooredoo cemented a partnership with the renowned startup accelerator and corporate innovation platform at the beginning of 2019 and has seen significant success with several of its start-ups.
Sabah Rabiah al-Kuwari, director, PR at Ooredoo, said: “We’re delighted and honoured to receive this award from our valued partner, Plug & Play. We’re fully committed to innovation at Ooredoo, as part of our corporate strategy, and working with such an industry leader as Plug & Play enables us to explore innovation and develop new products and services, both in Qatar and across Ooredoo’s global footprint. We look forward to remaining among the star enterprises in the Plug & Play ecosystem, spending many more years in our mutually beneficial partnership.”
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