CommsMEA Awards 2014 takes place tonight

Winners to be announced at gala dinner at Sofitel The Palm
CommsMEA Awards 2014 takes place tonight

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The ninth edition of the CommsMEA Awards takes place tonight at Sofitel, The Palm at 7:30pm.

Shortlisted nominations are already prepared and the winners will be announced at a special ceremony during a gala dinner, in front of 200-plus executives, including telecoms CEOs, vendors, ministers and regulators.

Those wanting to follow the awards as they happen, congratulate winners or just follow the conversation can tweet to #CommsMEAawards.

For tickets, table bookings and general enquiries, contact Natasha Bhatia at natasha.bhatia@itp.com or call +971 4 444 3223.

For sponsorship opportunities, contact Charline Fahed, sales manager, CommsMEA, at charline.fahed@itp.com or direct: +971 4 444 3233, mobile: +971 56 935 6835.

For any other queries, contact Maria Rodrigo, editor, CommsMEA: maria.rodrigo@itp.com, direct: +971 4 444 3151, mobile: +971 56 310 2434. 

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