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Huawei Zambia pledges to foster a value-sharing platform and robust business ecosystem with local partnersBy Diggers Correspondent on 24 May 2019
Huawei Zambia pledged to foster a value-sharing platform and robust business ecosystem with local partners, for ICT industry development and social economic goals achievement in Zambia.
The leading global ICT solutions provider said so at its supplier conference under the theme “Sustainable Supply Chain and Ecosystem for Value Creation”. The event attracted over 30 Huawei’s local suppliers to participate, aiming to foster a healthy and sustainable business ecosystem where every player can achieve growth and business success.
Huawei Zambia MD Antony Yu said Zambia is an important market with huge potential. With strategic location and youth population, the country has had fast and stable economic growth over the last decade as well as a stable political and social environment. In terms of attractiveness of business environment, the country is also on the top of the list in Sub Saharan Africa.
“Suppliers, Huawei and clients share the same business ecosystem. It’s a shared responsibility to keep the business ecosystem sound and sustainable, so that players on board can gain healthy growth. To achieve this goal, Huawei Zambia is committed to working closely with local partners for a win-win situation and eventually contribute to the fulfillment of country’s social and economic goals.” Mr. Antony said.
He emphasized the companies commitment to working with local business with the slogan “Huawei Stay in Zambia for Zambia”.
Huawei runs business in more than 170 countries and regions. The worlds No.1 telecommunications equipment supplier adopted a “glocalization” strategy, sharing all value generated on the value chain with its suppliers and clients around the globe. Huawei also endeavors to build sustainability into its procurement and supplier lifecycle management to ensure quality, environmental friendliness and business continuity in its supply chain.
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