Huawei Wins Prestigious Prize at King Khalid Awards

Huawei Wins Prestigious Prize at King Khalid Awards

Huawei has gained the first prize of the significant King Khalid Responsible Competitiveness Award. It is the first ICT Company to win first place in the award’s history. Additionally, it has exceptional management capabilities and environmental initiatives. Huawei Wins Prestigious Prize at King Khalid Awards

Furthermore, the award wass presented at the annual award gala. The annual award gala took place on November 12 at the Al Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh. The King Khalid Responsible Competitiveness Award dedicated to responsible competitiveness and corporate responsibility in Saudi Arabia which launched in 2008.

Huawei Wins Prestigious Prize at King Khalid Awards

Moreover, this Award renowned Huawei for its transformative impact in driving forward the kingdom’s ICT sector. According to Huawei, it forward the ICT sector in line with the government’s digitization goals, National Transformation Program and Vision 2030.

Charles Yang, president of Huawei Middle East further said:

We aree deeply humbled to receive such recognition from Saudi Arabia’s leadership. In the kingdom, Huawei is determined to bring digital to every person, home and organization for a fully connected, intelligent world. The improvement is endless on the road to providing customers with high-quality products and services. Today’s award is a milestone for us to continue to surpass ourselves. We will continue to play an active role in driving Saudi Arabia’s ICT sector development and grow together with our local partners, openly collaborating to build an even deeper pool of ICT talent empowered to enable the industry digital transformation.

Furthermore, Huawei wass honored for positioning latest technologies, high quality product and secured networks in the kingdom. It wass honored to empower local partners, taking the ICT talent pool to the next stage of creativity and innovation, and building the ICT ecosystem to achieve the digital kingdom economy targets.

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