Etisalat Honours Top Sales Channel Partners of 2018
Etisalat honoured its top performing partners of 2018 at an awards ceremony in Dubai.
Etisalat holds an annual award ceremony to recognise and reward the company’s partners for their support to achieve strong results and for their efforts in taking Etisalat to greater heights.
There are 78 partners being awarded from different segments mainly electronic retailers, digital channels and hypermarkets. The awards were in three categories-Platinum, Diamond and Gold- focused on achievers in postpaid, prepaid, eLife and recharge.
This year, the ‘Indirect Sales Partner event’ was held at the Hilton, Al Habtoor City, Dubai.
Omer Rashid, Senior Vice President, Sales Consumer, Etisalat, said: “Etisalat was able to achieve great success in 2018. Its partners, notably in the consumer sales sector, were part of Etisalat’s achievements. In light of this Etisalat organised this awards ceremony, which reaffirms its commitment to building strong relationships with its partners.”
For his part, Mohamed Al Zarouni, Senior Vice President, Indirect Sales, Etisalat, said: “Etisalat uses this event as a platform not only to recognise but to engage and motivate its partners and front line staff. We look forward to working closely together, receiving feedback to maximise sales opportunities and handling challenges effectively and efficiently to make 2019 yet another successful year.”
Etisalat’s partners expressed their sincere appreciation for the awards and declared their continuous support for the event. The event serves as a cornerstone of their success, and they take pride in partnering with the largest telco in the Middle East, Asia and North Africa.
The annual event is being held since 2016 that seeks to recognise the top performing partners to drive passion and create a competitive environment.
Etihad Etisalat (Mobily)
Etihad Etisalat (Mobily) is a Saudi company established in 2004. The Company’s major shareholders are Etisalat Emirates Group (27.99%) and the General Organization for Social Insurance (11.85%). The remaining shares are owned by institutional and retail investors.