It’s not too late to submit nominations for the 2019 CommsMEA Awards

By popular demand, the deadline to submit nominations for the awards has now been extended
CommsMEA Awards 2017  Grosvenor House Dubai
Photo by Ajith Narendra
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CommsMEA Awards 2017 Grosvenor House Dubai Photo by Ajith Narendra


The 14th annual edition of the CommsMEA awards will be recognising the operators, suppliers, regulators, individuals and more in the Middle East and Africa who are driving innovation in the industry. The awards also serve as a perfect chance for the industry to celebrate all its achievements in the past year and network with the movers and shakers.

With 11 categories, nominations are now extended to October 17th. The criteria for nominations are applicable if the entry criteria is met for a particular category, you may nominate: your own company, a supplier, a business partner, or even a client. 3rd party nominations as well as self-nominations are accepted. You can submit your nominations here.

If you have any questions about the Awards, including the entry process and eligibility, readers are kindly requested to contact Greg Wilson at or to call +971 4 444 3000.

If interested in sales and branding opportunities around the Awards, you can contact Philip Smith on +971 4 444 3637 or email

For table bookings and other enquiries, you can contact Brian McNamara on +971 4 444 3846 or email

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