CEO of MT2 Mr. Naji Bouhabib attended the Middle East Comm event that was held in Dubai on September 22 & 23, 2014 where he was invited to sit for a panel and discuss the topic of Building Local content partnerships.
MT2 joins forces with Huawei and signs an MOU at the Huawei Middle East inTouch Hosting Cooperation Forum on May 22, 2014 in Dubai.
With respect to the Open.Collorate.Win-Win initiative of the inTouch Lab Partnership Programme, the MOU focuses on exploring new business opportunities for Telecom Value-Added Services in the Middle East and to engage in the win-win model that benefits both parties.
During this event, CEO of MT2, Mr. Naji Bouhabib gave a presentation on MT2's
latest achievements coupled with the company’s future objectives that involved the different ways of collaboration with Huawei.
MT2 is attending the 2014 ITV Forum that is being held in Istanbul, Turkey throughout June 12, 2014 until June 14, 2014.
About ITVF: iTVF, gathers the key components of the content and broadcasting industries under one roof, with participation from companies, associations, public institutions, broadcasters and online platforms from all four corners of the world.
Mr. Naji Bouhabib, CEO at apps2you, and Mr. Mario Hachem, Managing Partner at apps2you, will both be representing apps2you during these events throughout June 8-14,2014 that are taking place in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, USA
In reference to the Huawei Middle East inTouch Hosting Cooperation Forum “Open.Collaborate.Win-Win” that was held in Dubai on May 22, 2014, Huawei has partnered up with MT2 for the launch of its gaming portal “Wakti”.
Several websites have posted the following PR “as per below URLs” as a result to this event, in which more details about “The inTouch Lab Programme” of Huawei have been described:
“Huawei is currently in talks with 30 telecoms operators in the region and has already partnered up with games developers Anghami, Rockville, MT2 and GamePower7 to launch its own gaming portal called Wakti, which means “my time” in Arabic.”