Thursday, 28 September 2017

iSON Group Shortlisted in two Categories for AABLA’s 2017 Finalist

iSON Group, one of Africa's largest IT and ITeS companies with presence in about 25 countries in Africa has been shortlisted as finalist in two categories of the much anticipated 7th All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA) in Partnership with CNBC. In the finalist list recently released by AABLA, the Founder and Chairman of iSON Group, Ramesh Awtaney is one of the nominees in the Business Leader of the year for West Africa region while iSON Group was also shortlisted for West African Company of the year. 



The award which honours business excellence across the continent would commence with regional finals in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria while the grand finale is slated for South Africa. The organizers of the ceremony has promised that this season of the awards will be very memorable for the nominees and the African business community at large.

 In his response to the nomination, the Founder and Chairman of iSON Group, Ramesh Awtaney, said; “I am delighted to be shortlisted as one of the nominees for the All Africa Business Leaders Awards (AABLA) in partnership with CNBC Africa. It is with great joy that we received the nomination in iSON group. It is an honour to be selected alongside other remarkable leaders and game changers of business on the continent. As an organization, we are continually committed to excellence, developing best practices and innovative strategies. Being shortlisted in these two categories of this prestigious awards, is an affirmation of iSON Group’s strategic innovation, commitment to excellence and global best practices. We are indeed honoured’’.

Speaking further, Ramesh stated that iSON is proud to continue the tradition established by the awards that define and celebrate vision, the spirit of achievement and excellence in business leadership in Africa. We will continuously distinguish ourselves through our contribution targeted at shaping the African economy, he reiterated.

According to ABN Group, producer of the AABLA, ‘’Winners of the Awards exemplify the best in African leadership. They epitomize the core values of a successful leader, strength, innovation, ingenuity, knowledge and foresight – values that are imperative to carving out powerful business in a Pan-African and global economy. African business leaders have always been very strong contenders and we look forward to seeing who will win this years’ regional event and represent the region at the All Africa Finale to be hosted in Johannesburg on November 30th 2017.”

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