KATHMANDU: GSM Association ( commonly referred to as “GSMA Association”) an international trade body of mobile service providers, in collaboration with Ncell has organized a one day ‘Start Up Collaboration Workshop’ for Nepali start-ups.
The purpose of this workshop was to strengthen the collaboration between Start-Up companies in Nepal and mobile service providers.
The GSMA is a global company that unites more than 750 operators with almost 400 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem. Moreover, this workshop focused on how startups can partner with mobile service providers and to do so, what preparation and necessary equipment is required for them was discussed.
This one day workshop was attended by more than 50 representatives of 30 start-ups. They learned about new technologies, current trends and how different startups have partnered with mobile service providers in Africa and Asia Pacific for overall benefit of telecom companies, startups and customers.
“In the changing telecommunication sector, telecom companies need to become the main catalyst and work for the benefit of everyone involved in sustainable business. There is huge potential for telecom companies and I look forward to partnering start-ups to do that, said Erwin M. Joseph, Chief Strategy Officer of Ncell.
Further, startups participating in this workshop also got the opportunity to pitch their ideas representatives from GSMA and Ncell.
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