InnJoo sponsors the global symposium for regulators

Smartphone vendor to showcase its portfolio at the ITU event in Egypt
Tim Chen: "The GSR will help us share our products with various telecom operators and also enable us to understand regulatory frameworks and policies of different countries."
Tim Chen: "The GSR will help us share our products with various telecom operators and also enable us to understand regulatory frameworks and policies of different countries."

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InnJoo, one of the growing smartphone brands in the Middle East has decided to sponsor the 2016 International Telecommunication Union Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR) scheduled to take place in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt from 11th to 14th 2016.

Organised by the International Telecommunication Union and this year hosted by the Government of Egypt, the Global Symposium for Regulators will feature world-class speakers with a dynamic programme focused on the key topics challenging today’s regulators. The event is expected to attract a large number of senior executives representing telecommunications regulatory authorities, major telecom operators and international Information and Communication Technology (ICT) organisations.

InnJoo will be displaying its wide range of smartphones including its most successful models InnJoo 2 and InnJoo Fire2 Plus during the show. Commenting on the sponsorship, Tim Chen, co-founder and CEO for InnJoo said: “ITU GSR is one of the most important regulatory events in the world and it’s a privilege for us to be part of such an event. It is a great platform for us to meet different regulators from all around the world. The GSR will help us share our products with various telecom operators and also enable us to understand regulatory frameworks and policies of different countries.”

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