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Mobile Technology Solutions Provider mCarbon Opens Its UAE office


Mobile Technology Solutions Provider mCarbon Opens Its UAE office

The mobile technology solutions provider mCarbon has opened a new office in Dubai. The new establishment is a result of the growing demand from the telecom operators in the Middle East and African region.

Sabri Amireh, who joins mCarbon with over 25 years of extensive experience, is leading the company’s efforts to support customers in the region and develop new opportunities.

“The opening of UAE office is a reinforcement of the strong mCarbon’s customer and partner base in Middle East and African region,” said Rajesh Razdan, Founder and CEO, mCarbon.

“Under Sabri’s leadership, we are most certain to grow our impact in the region by supporting our telco customers’ strategic initiatives. mCarbon, UAE is a further testament to our commitment of building a lasting presence in the MENA region and to invest in long-term customer relationships,” he added.

Commenting on the new responsibilities, Sabri Amireh, Executive Vice President, mcarbon said, “I am excited to lead the expansion of mCarbon through a strong regional presence, based in Dubai. It will be great to work with the team and strengthen the services, offerings and commitment to the clients eventually boosting the company’s presence in this region.”

Sabri Amireh previously worked with Orascom in Egypt, Cable & Wireless in Qatar, Jordan, and Yemen. Throughout the 25+ years of experience in the telecom industry, Sabri Amireh has undertaken a wide range of responsibilities wherein he covered diverse senior management responsibilities in Business Development and Sales. He has a proven track record of delivering solutions for GSM Operators through inspiring leadership in Middle East and Africa. His last stint was with Mahindra Comviva where he spearheaded and managed their business for MENA.

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