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Read more: For Oman’s Digital Transformation, Developing Infrastructure is Key

In the spotlight of the August 2022 edition, Telecom Review had an exclusive interview with Omantel’s CEO Talal Said Al Mamari, the kingpin of the company since June 2014 and a well-seasoned telecom professional with 26 years of experience. Under his term, critical initiatives and projects have been carried out including the company’s 750-million-dollar initial public offering (IPO) sale in 2005, the restructuring of Omantel that brought the mobile and fixed operations together, and the acquisition of a 21.9% stake in Zain Group, the biggest transaction of its kind in the region.

Read more: Omantel: A Trusted Digital Transformation Partner in Oman

Women are proving themselves in the workplace and developing their skills in all sectors which has allowed them to assume leadership positions, notably in the telecommunications and ICT industry. Denise Helou, Senior Business Development Manager at Verizon Partner Solutions, shares, in an exclusive interview with Telecom Review, the achievements made by the company thus far during its digital transformation journey, and tackles the importance of Arab women’s role in this field.

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On the occasion of Telecom Review French's 8th anniversary, and given the magazine's great presence in the Maghreb countries, Telecom Review French will publish the Maghreb Special Edition to be included in the regular edition of February 2018. The Special Edition will shed light upon the telecommunications sector in the region, covering operator activities, the latest ICT trends, new adopted models in the sector, and future predictions.   

The Maghreb Special Edition will be bilingual to reach not only Francophone countries, but the world. The content will also be included in the weekly Telecom Review French e-newsletter that reaches a large database and generates high readership.

The Maghreb Special Edition in February 2018 will be distributed during Mobile World Congress 2018 at Telecom Review's booth to guarantee exposure. Participants at the international gathering will have the chance to familiarize with organizations making great achievements in the Maghreb region's growing telecom sector.

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