Telecommunications services provider, Airtel Nigeria in partnership with CNBC Africa and business news and financial information source, Forbes, have announced that they will stage this year's edition of the All Africa Business Leaders' Awards (AABLA).
The All Africa Business Leaders' Awards, an event which takes place on Thursday, 9 August 2012 at the Porsche Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria, is a celebration of leaders who are making a difference through innovation and inspiration in their industry sectors.
The initiative also serves as a platform to discover business leaders that are creating a culture of entrepreneurship, developing best practices and carving out powerful and sustainable business models in the global economy.
Speaking on Airtel's sponsorship of the awards, chief executive officer and managing director of Airtel Nigeria, Rajan Swaroop said the company is passionate about creating solid platforms for the celebration of the very best of Nigerian and African talents and leaders.
"As an employer of choice, Airtel Nigeria is interested in identifying opportunities that will discover and celebrate exceptional individuals. We are pleased to partner with CNBC and Forbes to honour the finest corporate leaders in Nigeria and Africa," Swaroop said.
The All Africa Business Leaders' Award encourages individuals to strive for sustained excellence and also promote their profiles in Nigeria, Africa and by extension around the world.
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