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Bmobile is Pacific Media Summit’s communication partner following $60k partnership with MASI

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Left to right: MASI executive member Gina Maka’a, MASI President Georgina Kekea, Chair of Summit and MASI VP Douglas Marau, Bmobile Interim country manager Devan Kula, Cheryl Aumanu of MASI.
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Bmobile and MASI today formalized a partnership agreement worth $60,000 which will see the telecommunication company will be the official communication partner for next week’s Pacific Islands News Association 6th Pacific Media Summit in Honiara.

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Marau of MASI and Kula of bmobile today.

The PINA Pacific Media Summit is the highest meeting for the media industry in the region and the Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) will jointly host it with PINA.

Interim country manager Devan Kula said bmobile Solomon Islands recognizes the importance role that media plays in ensuring the public is well informed on all that is happening.

He said with the theme for the conference: The Digital Revolution—Transforming Threats into Opportunities for the Pacific Media, bmobile fees that it must support this important summit as it is a medium for digital access to the public.

The support includes:

  • SMS broadcasts

  • Communications support for the organizing committee

  • Communication support for the delegates

  • Free wifi

  • Merchandise packs.

Chair of the Summit Organizing Committee and Vice President of MASI, Douglas Marau said both MASI and PINA are grateful for the support from bmobile.

Marau said this support is highly appreciated and makes bmobile the official communication partner for the summit.

He further states that bmobile’s partnership is also important as it is in line with the theme of the summit The Digital Revolution—Transforming Threats into Opportunities for the Pacific Media.

He adds it will also help MASI, especially the delegates, in terms of connectivity throughout the summit.

More than 100 delegates have confirmed their attendance and will start arriving this Friday.

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