Nominations open for CommsMEA Awards 2017

The deadline to submit all nominations is 7 September 2017
CommsMEA Awards 2016 winners
CommsMEA Awards 2016 winners

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Nominations are now open for the 12th edition of the CommsMEA Awards, the leading awards event for the region's telecoms sector.

The CommsMEA Awards recognise the operators, vendors, regulators and individuals that have made an outstanding contribution to the region's fast changing telecoms sector.

The event itself will take place on November 20 at the Grosvenor House in Dubai, with the winners collecting their awards during a gala dinner in front of the leading lights of the Middle East and Africa's telecoms sector.

This year, there are 15 awards . Moreover, several new categories feature on the list this time, including awards for smart city initiative , network transformation, and content offering initiatives. 

Companies interested in entering the awards can visit the dedicated awards website by clicking here. The site lists all necessary information, including the awards categories and nomination instructions. Just click on the "nominations" tab at the top of the home page, and then click on the "Entry Guidelines" tab on the right hand side of the screen.

The deadline for nominations is September 7, and entries will be judged by a panel of respected industry experts.

For any questions related to the awards, including the nomination process and eligibility, please contact Soumya at soumya.prajna@itp.com or call +971 4 444 3151. For any sponsorship or advertising related enquiries, please contact Kenneth Mitchen, sales manager, CommsMEA, at Kenneth.Mitchen@itp.com or +971 4 444 3233.

Click here to view last year's CommsMEA Awards winners.

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