COMMS MEA Awards 2018 now open for nominations

The best of MEA operators, vendors, regulators, and individuals will be in the spotlight in this 13th edition of the COMMS MEA Awards
Winners Group  CommsMEA Awards 2017  Grosvenor House Dubai  photo by Ajith Narendra  ITP Images
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Nominations for the Middle East, and Africa's leading telecoms awards - highlighting the top suppliers, operators, individuals, and regulators - are open for the 13th edition.

The 15 categories, ranging from Most Innovative Service of the Year, to the Award for Connecting the Unconnected, will thrust the best of the best into the MENA telco limelight, highlighting not only their successes, innovations, and developments, but also how these companies are successfully overcoming their market challenges.

The Awards evening will be held on 14 November 2018, and scores of telco luminaries from the Middle East, and Africa region are expected to attend. 

To nominate, visit the dedicated Awards website 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.

Check out last year's winners here.

For any questions related to the awards, including the nomination process and eligibility, please contact Greg Wilson at greg.wilson@itp.com or call +971 4 444 3151, for sales and branding opportunities, please contact Josephine Dsa on josephine.dsa@itp.com.

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