Business leaders and CEOs were today hosted at a powebreakfast by Airtel Kenya one of the leading telecoms in Kenya.
Airtel management led by Airtel Africa CEO Christian de Faria, Airtel executive operations director SBU2 Christophe Soulet and Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi shared their thoughts with the business executives on how the they will work together with the leaders to enhance business engagement and improved service delivery.
In attendance were managing Kenya Airways Chief Operating officer Mr. Mbuvi Ngunze, director Old Mutual Mr. Dumo Mbethe, United Nations Office at Nairobi (UNON) managing director Tamim Mumtaz, Sarova Hotel managing director J.S. Vohra, Crown Paint managing director Rakesh Rao, Serena Group of hotels managing director Jan Mohamed and Regional Director, Strategy & Operations at Nakumatt Holdings Ltd Ramamurthy TRM.
Sameer Africa managing director Allan Walmsley, Security Group managing director Patrick Mururu, Reckitt Benckiser country manager Richard Pereira and Hass Petroleum country manager Abdi Noor Farah.
Airtel Africa CEO Christian de Faria used the forum to thank the executives and their companies for continued display of confidence in Airtel adding that his company will continue to provide sustainable innovative business and m-commerce solutions to assist the different businesses achieve more in Kenya and wherever they operate within its footprint in Africa and the world.
Mr. TRM of Nakumatt Holdings who attended the event praised Airtel for its open, sincere and consultative approach to the development of business solutions for its customers noting that
“The long term success of any business depends on connectivity, identify and loyalty of its customers and that Airtel was on the right path with this unique approach.”
The business leaders who participated in the power breakfast also expressed their gratitude to Airtel for hosting them and re-affirmed their commitment to Airtel as their service provider of choice.