Telikom Limited Becomes Official Communications Partner And Silver Sponsor To Pacific Islands Investment Forum

Last hosted over 11 years ago in PNG, the Pacific Islands Investment Forum (PIIF) is a platform that was established in May of 2018 prior to the existence of its predecessor the Provident Funds and Social Security Forum (PPFSSF). This platform was created with the main objective of providing support for the education needs of the member organizations as well as a forum for dialogue on matters of investment and co-investment.


Following an agreement signed on the 15th of March (Downtown, Port Moresby), between the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for The National Superannuation Fund (Nasfund), Rajeev Sharma, CEO of Nambawan Super Limited (NSL), Paul Sayer and CEO for Bmobile Solomon Islands/Interim Head of Sales and Marketing for Telikom Limited, Devan Kula; the telecommunications company was proud to be The Official Communications Partner and Silver Sponsors for PIIF.


“Telikom Limited is proud to partner with and support both Nasfund and Nambawan Super. We aim to provide effective communication for the delegates as they participate in this event. PIIF is a great platform to build business relationships, share ideas and also provide sustainable development ideas within the region.” Said Mr. Kula.


This sponsorship package will see the delegates receive the International Direct Dialing (IDD) plan, free SIM cards, free provision of Wi-Fi and free data plans for the duration of the event.


Moderators to PIFF (Nasfund and NSL) welcomed Telikom Limited as being the first organisation to go on board as a sponsor;  “We are grateful for their partnership and look forward to a successful event together.” Said the CEO of NSL, Paul Sayer.

IMAGE CAPTION: From left to right: CEO for NSL, Mr. Paul Sayer, CEO for Bmobile Solomon Islands/Interim Head of Sales & Marketing for Telikom Limited, Devan Kula and CEO for Nasfund, Mr. Rajeev Sharma.
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