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Glo Triumphs as Telecom Brand of the Year at Marketing Edge Awards

L-R: Mr Remi Makinde, Group CTO, Rollout; Ms Catherine Bomett, Director, Customer Care and Mr Zakari Usman, Head Enterprise Business Group, with the award for Telecoms Brand of the Year won by Globacom at the Marketing Edge awards at Podium Event Centre, Lekki, Lagos on Saturday.</strong

At the most recent 2023 Brands and Advertising Awards, which were held in Lagos and were put on by the association for the brand and marketing communication sector, Marketing Edge, Globacom, was recognised as the best telecom brand of the year.

Glo received the “TV Commercial of the Year” award in addition to the “Outstanding Telecoms Brand of the Year” honour at an event held at The Podium Event Centre in Lekki, Lagos. The occasion also marked Marketing Edge’s 20th birthday.

Globacom received the Telecom Brand of the Year award for providing market-leading services to Nigeria in the telecoms sector, according to Mr John Ajayi, CEO of Marketing Edge Limited, who spoke at the event.

The telecommunications company which was launched in 2003 has repute for commitment to offering unlimited value to its customers across Nigeria.

The award for the TV Commercial of the Year was for its commercial, Front Row seat, which projected the power of individuals to attain any goal with the necessary tool of data at their disposal.

The doyen of the advertising world, Mr Steve Omojafor, stated at the event that Marketing Edge stands as the only authentic and widely recognized marketing communications awards organizers within and outside the country.

Globacom also won laurels at the second annual Consumer Value Awards held recently. The awards, which were decided through online votes by members of the public over several weeks, saw Globacom winning the “Best Value for Money Data & ISP Brand of the Year 2023” and “Best Value for Money Telecommunication Service of the Year 2023” awards.

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