CommsMEA Awards 2018: meet the judges

The judges for the 2018 edition of the CommsMEA Awards have been unveiled.
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This year's CommsMEA Awards judges are set to deliver their rulings as to the best of the comms industry in the Middle East and Africa.

The 13th edition of the CommsMEA Awards will be recognising the operators, suppliers, regulators, individuals and more in the Middle East and Africa who are doing interesting and innovative things – and, of course, it’s a chance for the industry to celebrate all its achievements in the past year while looking to the year ahead.

And now, we can finally reveal who the judges for this year's Awards will be.

This year's CommsMEA Awards judges are:

- John Curtis-Oliver

- Ria Hartani

- Dr Abdul Malik Al Jaber

As always, this year’s Awards will help bring the best of the telecoms industry’s best into the limelight, showing competitors, compatriots, partners and potential customers that they’re innovative organisations doing exciting things – not to mention true authorities in their respective fields.

Taking place on Wednesday, November 14 in Dubai, the Awards – as always – are expected to attract luminaries from the telco and tech industries from throughout the Middle East and Africa (and possibly beyond), including top executives, movers, shakers, shot-callers, rising stars, and more.

Entries for the Awards are now closed, and with only a few days to go until the eventm all we can say is: may the best entrants win.

Check out this video of last year's Awards:

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