Judging panel confirmed for CommsMEA Awards

Five industry experts appointed to judge the CommsMEA Awards 2011.
The winners will collect their awards infront of some 250 of the region's leading telecom executives.
The winners will collect their awards infront of some 250 of the region's leading telecom executives.

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A judging panel consisting of five industry experts has been assembled to decide the winners from the shortlisted nominations for the 2011 edition of the CommsMEA Awards.

This year’s judging panel consists of Akshay Lamba, chief architect and head of IT strategy at MTS India; David Tusa, principal, Booz & Company; Jawad Abbassi, founder and general manager, Arab Advisors Group; Michèle Scanlon, principal consultant of Indian Atlantic Telecoms; and Mark Kremers, associate partner, Oliver Wyman.

Deadline looming

With just one week to go until the closing date for entries for the CommsMEA Awards, the judges are keen to receive the shortlisted nominations, allowing them to deliberate over the shortlists for each category during the first two weeks of November.

The winners of the 2011 CommsMEA Awards will be announced in front of the cream of the region’s telecoms sector during a gala dinner, which is being held at Jumeirah Emirates Towers on November 29.

If you have not already submitted a nomination for the awards, simply visit our dedicated website, click on “nominations” at the top of the screen, and follow the online instructions. But be quick - the deadline for submissions is October 31!

If you have any queries about how to enter a nomination, please don't hesitate to send me an email me at roger.field@itp.com, or give me a call on 00971 4 444 3419. For sponsorship opportunities, contact natasha.pendleton@itp.com.
 

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