Posted on

Businesses visit after hours with Digicel

Social Share


Last Friday, October 31st, at Digicel’s Corporate Offices, Digicel employees showed off a wide range of the company’s products to about 50 persons from various businesses ranging from banking to the hotel industry as part of the St.Vincent and the Grenadines Chamber of Industry and Commerce (SVGCIC) ‘Business After Hours’ initiative.{{more}}

Helping to sensitize the public were Country Manager of Digicel Sonia Polius, Channel Manager Gershom Dick and Corporate Accounts Manager Brenda Barbour, among others.

The items showcased included different models of the Blackberry handset, the Digicel cellular PBX, the PBX module and the company’s wireless modem.

According to a release from the Chamber, the event was held “in a continued effort to fulfill the mandate of promoting businesses and building a strong business network.” This ‘Business after Hours’ was the second in a series of monthly sessions organized by the Chamber, which in their opinion “allow members of the business community to network in a casual social setting”.

Senior Vice President of the SVGCIC Andrew Woodroffe said he was happy the Chamber is playing such an integral role in promoting good relations amongst the business community, while Polius (Digicel’s Country Manager) commented that Digicel is committed to providing affordable and innovative mobile communications.

In keeping with Digicel’s standard of always looking for a way to give something back to the public, Rhondel Dickson received a free Samsung D900 mobile handset.