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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Celtel supports dealers, plans Chinese tour

Celtel Nigeria has concluded plans to support its business partners in order to ensure that they succeed, even as Chinese tour awaits outstanding dealers, according to its Chief Executive, Mr. Bayo Ligali.

He also said that plans have been perfected to take top performing trade partners to China where they will learn new tricks in telecom products and service marketing, sales and distribution and customer service delivery.

Celtel he said, will sustain and strengthen the reward scheme for outstanding dealers including the commission earned on the sale of Celtel products and services, as well as support poorly performing trade partners to do well.

In addition, he said, sales staff will be readily on hand to assist dealers, provide advice and other outlined support service, stressing that the plan is indicative of the company’s determination to help its trade partners.

“It is important to note that the business interests and profitability of our trade partners are of strategic importance to Celtel Nigeria and we are committed to ensuring that the symbiotic relationship, which has existed between them and our organisation continues to grow from strength to strength because it is only when they grow and prosper that our company will achieve its business goals and targets,” he said.

Celtel, he pointed out, believes as a business that this will augur well for a prosperous and mutually beneficial business relationship between the telco and its trade partners.

“We shall take all necessary steps to give you good reason to remain in business with us by providing you excellent services and above all by building a world class network that will meet all the standards of Quality of Service” he said.

Emphasising that due to the diversity in portfolio, its difficult to implement all the very positive suggestions and recommendations that come from trade partners, but noted that Celtel shall continue to seek new ways of doing business with them.

“We, however, take all suggestions and recommendations that will grow the company as a whole very seriously and, therefore, encourage our trade partners not to relent in making such suggestions,” he said.

Also, Celtel’s Commercial Operations Director, Mr. Tayo Bright, said about 20 trade partners, will enjoy the all expense paid trip to China.

The outstanding dealers that have been selected for the trip include Hiro-Oje Investment Limited, Alennsar infinity Company Limited, Plus Limited, LYNQ Communication Limited, Stanqueen Investment Limited, Servisys Limited, Royal Serve Wireless Limited, Glovic Nigeria Limited, Seaman Ventures Nigeria Limited, Suleiko Communications Limited, and Sonite Communication Limited.

Other include Glaceo Investment Limited, Upper Room Limited, Remglory Ventures Limited, Teleputers System, Mars Communication Nigeria Limited, Sainana Resources Nigeria Limited, Helpline Telecom (Nigeria) Limited, Tun Communications Limited, and Bliss Telecommunications Limited

Recently, Celtel rewarded several of its Distribution Business Partners or Dealers with brand new trucks, buses, motorbikes, home theatre, plasma television sets, Laptops, generators and Laser Printers.

The company’ said the gesture is aimed at gratifying Trade Partners for supporting Celtel in the distribution and sale of its products and services in 2007.

Some of the Dealers that were received prizes included Hankstrad Limited, Al-Miftah Limited, Osade Investment, Flexmore (Gateway Bank Plc), Ephybrand Nigeria Limited, Gracelink Limited, First Option Technologies, Kasido Nigeria Limited, Toluque Nigeria Limited, Aliam Nigeria Limited, Ozb Communications Limited, Unique Joe International Communication, Abuma Technical Coy Limited, Mgw Investments Limited, Richtalk Communication Limited, and Anyanwu John Chinedum Telecoms.

Others included Hiro-Oje investment Limited, Plus Limited, Allennsar Infinity Company Nigeria Limited, LYNQ Communication Limited, Stanqueen Investment Limited, Servisys Limited, Royal Serve wireless Limited, Glovic Nigeria Limited, Seaman Ventures Nigeria Limited, Suleiko Communications Limited, Sonite Communications Limited, Glaceo Investment Limited, Upper Room Limited, Remglory Ventures Limited, Teleputers System, Mars Communication Nigeria Limited, Sainana Resources Nigeria Limited, Tun Communications Limited, Helpline Telecom (Nigeria) Limited and Bliss Telecommunications Limited.

The following Trade Partners received various prizes Emmapete Nig Limited, Sonite Communication Limited, Chagyah Enterprises Services, Wavelink Concept Limited, Chibless Business Link Limited, El-Bera Investment Int’l Limited, Mazska Nigeria Limited, Rapid Enterprises Limited, Samack Industries Company Limited, Zigma Consult Limited, Citi Mobile Limited, Mastel Nigeria Limited, Franex Investment Limited, Sufi Enterprises Limited, New Millennium Resources Nigeria, Jihab Global Services Limited, Terry Okwute Nigeria Limited, Mgw Investments Limited, and Fricc Communications Limited.

Additionally, Celtel doled out prizes to the following Rural Distributors: Chinedu Nwala, Kelvin Okamgba, Azuka Nwabueze, Akpabio Ekom, and Chief Ibeneme Festus.

Celtel is generally considered dealers and customers’ friendly organisation.

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