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Etisalat unveils ‘Hello Business’ programme for SMBs

/ 9 June, 2015

etisalatEtisalat recently announced the launch of its Hello Business programme, which aims to enable small and medium businesses (SMBs) to set up in the UAE.

This programme offers, among many benefits, including value-for-money offerings for mobile and office products and services for new businesses in the UAE, a personalised visit by a trained and authorised Etisalat representative to the customer premise within 24 hours, upon request. It also include 24x7x365 access to Etisalat’s state-of-the-art SMB dedicated call centre – 800 5800. Special invitations to Etisalat’s exclusive networking events and training seminars, exposure to Etisalat’s key media partners to promote business, access to Etisalat’s dynamic Business Online Portal, free of charge and more.

Salvador Anglada, Chief Business Officer, Etisalat, added, “Any new business undergoes major challenges and issues related to financing, resource hiring, location selection and so on. Our new programme is one way of helping businesses focus on their core competencies, not having to worry about their telecommunications or business solution needs. Not only do our propositions offer great value for money in the market, but are also designed to meet the unique needs of the SMBs and start-ups. We believe that the combination of convenience, removing complexities and providing the high-in-value offerings is another way that we help businesses grow in the UAE. We are upbeat about welcoming new businesses to the UAE and would like to say “Hello” to anyone seeking an IT and telecoms partner-of-choice for meeting their business needs.”

For new businesses, particularly start-ups, an always-on communications network, 24×7 expert support and competitively priced services and solutions are critical to business performance and growth. Etisalat’s Hello Business programme is a set of comprehensive initiatives by Etisalat to ease the set-up and growth challenges of SMBs in the country.