Airtel's top performing channel partners rewarded
10 June 2014, 11:42
Nairobi - Airtel Kenya has rewarded top performing channel partners from the Western zone for their performance and contribution to the company’s business growth in the region.
The company recognized the deserving team at a Channel Partners Engagement Forum held in Eldoret.
The award recipients including Ann Aduda of Advico Services and Evelyne Khayeli who were honoured at the occasion graced by Airtel Kenya CEO Adil El Youssefi among other Airtel Kenya directors and regional managers.
Speaking at the occasion, the CEO congratulated all the award winners and geared them up for more fruitful years ahead with Airtel.
He observed that the company is proud of its Channel Partners and values the relationship it has with them, saying Airtel is committed to ensuring the profitability of its business partners.
“At Airtel, our core strategy thrives on mutually rewarding partnerships. We found it necessary to celebrate our Channel Partners and reward them for their contribution to the development of the Airtel business. We highly appreciate the relationship that we have with them and we will continue to ensure that they continue to be rewarded for their contributions to our business,” he said.
The channel partners who were rewarded expressed their excitement, saying they were grateful to Airtel for the appreciation.
They went on to say that they were elated at the recognition by the company, adding that they felt re-energized and motivated by the recognition for their efforts and will continue to strive for excellence.
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