Etisalat launches small and medium business festival

Free data up to 50GB from Etisalat and exclusive offers from strategic partners
Etisalat has launched its SMB festival.
Etisalat has launched its SMB festival.

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Etisalat has announced a week-long ‘SMB Festival’ from May 6 to 13 2018, an initiative dedicated to Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) in the UAE, offering special data packages for new and existing mobile post-paid customers in addition to offers from business partners at the ‘Hello Business Hub’ located in One JTL, Jumeirah Lake Towers.

The SMB Festival was introduced by Etisalat as an initiative to support and encourage the long-term growth of SMBs and start-ups in the UAE.
Etisalat will be offering up to 50 GB free for a month to new and existing mobile post-paid customers. In addition, Etisalat’s 12 business partners will provide offers including discounts on insurance, office furniture, trade license, immigration expenses and more.

“We are excited to announce the ‘SMB Festival’, a first time concept that aims to give businesses exclusive benefits and a boost to the SMB sector. Etisalat is always working closely with SMBs to understand their business needs required to meet their long term organisational objectives. The recent launch of the ‘Hello Business Hub’ is in line with this strategy and the UAE government objectives of making the country the business hub of choice,” Esam Mahmoud, Senior Vice President, Etisalat SMB said. “As Etisalat works towards driving a digital future, such initiatives signifies our commitment towards creating this connected future enabled by our robust network and state-of-art infrastructure and services.”

Etisalat’s business partners participating in the festival include DMCC, Virtuzone, National Bank of Ras Al-Khaimah (RAKBANK), Oman Insurance, CBRE, ABC Herman Miller, Skylines Tax Consultancy, Sharaf DG, Amer, The Ambassador, Leaders Consulting and Etisalat Online Marketing.

For more information visit: www.etisalat.ae/smbfestival

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