By Idris Bakare
The Association of Telecom Companies of Nigeria (ATCON) has sealed a partnership deal with the Nigerian government owned satellite company, Nigcomsat.
The partnership is meant to organize a strategic business interactive session for ATCON members.
This was made know in a statement, released by the association secretary, Mr. Ajibola Olude recently.
He said the aim of the partnership is to create a session that will aid members of ATCON, which is an umbrella body of all telecom companies in Nigeria to forge business relationship with Nigcomsat, especially in the areas of broadband deployment via satellite across Nigeria.
He said. “The continuous existence of our members is paramount to us, and so we have designed a strategic business interactive session with the sole aim of fostering a mutually beneficial business relationship between ATCON members and Nigcomsat with a special emphasis on the deployment of broadband across the country via satellite.”
The association noted that it sealed the deal with Nigcomsat and as part of adding sustainable value to the business of its members.
The interactive session is billed to hold on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 in Lagos. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officers, Directors of Business Development and Marketing of Telecommunications Companies and potential investors and broadband Operators/ISPs are expected to attend.