Nae receives the award for the Most Innovative Business Initiative in Extremadura
On November 23rd, Badajoz hosted the ninth edition of the Telecommunications Night, which is organized each year by Extremadura’s Association of Telecommunications Engineers. This year, the event was very special for Nae because we received the award for the Most Innovative Business Initiative in Extremadura.
With this award, the Association aims to publicly honor the track record, innovation, and professionalism of the Nae team in all the projects it has participated in, helping to generate wealth and competitiveness in the region of Extremadura.
Nae has worked in Extremadura in areas such as preparing master plans aimed at providing incentives for the deployment of telecommunications networks in the region, analyzing the implementation of new high-speed networks, ensuring the efficient management of spending on telecommunications services, and promoting new organization standards and processes for new technologies.
Óscar García received the award on behalf of the entire Nae team, and he expressed his appreciation to the Association and to the entire telecommunications family that was present in Badajoz. He also shared the award with the people who help us grow on a day-to-day basis: customers, partners, providers, and competitors.
This award gives us even more strength to continue working hard and to undertake new areas of growth, like the ones we have recently launched: a business line aimed at implementing innovative solutions in the field of ICT, and opening the market in Colombia, which along with Portugal, comprises Nae’s international presence.
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