ITP.net's Technology Leaders 2017 guide celebrates technology leadership excellence

Osman Sultan, CEO of du and Muna Al Hashemi, CEO, Batelco Bahrain headline ITP.net’s Technology Leaders 2017 guide-telecommunications
Muna Al Hashemi recognised for her leadership role at Batelcos Bahrain operations.
Muna Al Hashemi recognised for her leadership role at Batelcos Bahrain operations.

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Some of the most influential executives in the regional telecommunications industry feature in ITP.net's Technology Leaders 2017 guide, CommsMEA sister portal.

The list seeks not only to recognise but celebrate the diversity within the larger IT sector by focusing on six industry verticals: telecommunications, channel, chief information officers, education, government and entrepreneurs.

The guide is not ranked in any specific order, instead the profiles are listed alphabetically and offers insight into each individual, their role and contribution to the Middle East.

Explore the Technology Leaders of 2017 guide here.

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