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Haiti - World Communication Award : Digicel, Award for best operator in an emerging market
24/11/2023 09:25:46

Haiti - World Communication Award : Digicel, Award for best operator in an emerging market
On November 22, 2023 in Amsterdam, as part of the 25th anniversary of the World Communication Awards, Digicel won the Award for best operator in an emerging market for its activity in Haiti.

This Award recognizes the operator who has overcome challenges to achieve business success and improve the lives of its customers.

Oliver Coughlan, Digicel Group CEO, said : "I am so tremendously proud of the work that we do in Haiti and want to congratulate the team on winning this award [...] We have an amazing team there, led by our Digicel Haiti CEO, Jean Philippe Brun, and the Digicel Haiti Foundation CEO, Sophia Stransky. Together, along with their respective teams, they do a phenomenal job at delivering results for the people of Haiti in the midst of the most challenging circumstances.

Digicel Haiti, through its tenacity, resilience, and overall stick–to–itiveness, has been able to consistently deliver creative and innovative solutions to keep people connected to the things that matter most. Whether that is by keeping the network going during times of civil unrest or natural disasters, offering mobile financial services to the unbanked, or building schools to educate tens of thousands of children, the team in Haiti gets the job done."

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