Tuesday, 3 November 2015

Huawei Intensifies its partnership with Africa, sets up 24 representative offices in Africa

Determined to effect lives in Africa, Huawei has said it has sets-up 24 representatives covering 54 countries on the continent, even as it has 7,100 employees in the continent, and about 70% local hires.

According to Gong Xingyuan, Huawei’s Senior Vice President “As a global ICT leader, Huawei is ready to strengthen cooperation with the African Union and contribute to Africa’s national plan implementation and ICT advancement. We will also develop more ICT professionals for Africa, and our Seeds for the Future program is a key part of this goal.

“I’d like to thank Chairperson Zuma for supporting Huawei and the entire ICT industry. In the future we will have a Better Connected World, and ICT will play an even larger role in boosting socioeconomic progress in Africa.”

Rresponding to this kind gesture during her meeting with Gong Xingyuan, Huawei’s Senior Vice President, the Chairperson of the African Union, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma said: “I appreciate Huawei’s strategic innovation solutions to advance development globally in the ICT industry…and the initiatives for developing the ICT industry on the African continent. Specifically, I appreciate the work Huawei is doing with the African Union in technology support and capacity building and through specific training programs, and also encourage Huawei to continue cooperating with Africa.”

Recalled that Huawei has experienced remarkable growth in the African market over the past 16 years, and while seeking steady development, it had committed to localizing its operations and expanding investment in Africa. Its customer-centric innovative solutions have created great value for its customers.



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