Green exhibits at AfricaCom

19 November 2018 | Business

Green Enterprise Solutions (Green) attended Africa's largest telecom conference in Africa, in Cape Town this week, where they were the only Namibian company to exhibit with their own stand at this pan-African event.

Green is a Namibian company that provides Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions for the Namibian market and across Africa. The AfricaCom Conference was the ideal event to be present and with a nine-person strong team, Green certainly made an impact.

The conference gave the ICT solutions company the opportunity to engage, demonstrate and present its offerings, past successes, engaging and meeting with existing and potential clients from across Africa, allowing the Namibian offering to develop its markets on the continent.

Green's MD Kehad Snydewel, said that in the past their presence at AfricaCom was a great success. “This year, through sharing ideas and best practises during interactive sessions at the conference, it gave us an excellent opportunity to show how advanced we are as Green.”

Since businesses and markets are no longer restricted by physical borders, companies with the right offerings can develop their footprint internationally.

“Being present at a forum like this and partnering up internationally allowing us to innovate and compete on a global scale. Green wants and is right at the forefront of this drive to compete internationally, and AfricaCom provides the perfect setting.”

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