We are happy to announce that integrated telecommunications service provider Orange has confirmed its sponsorship of the BAKE Kenyan Blog Awards.
Orange will be a category sponsor at the event, which seeks to recognize excellence amongst bloggers.
Making the announcement, the company’s Chief Corporate Communications Officer, Maureen Sande, says that Orange is working strategically with and is committed to supporting Kenya’s tech/blogging community.
“Practitioners and experts in different fields are increasingly contributing to online content generation in Kenya, and predominantly through blogging. The digital space is gaining dominance as source of information: current affairs, business, technology, fashion, history, niche areas especially on professional content,” said Ms. Sande. She lauded BAKE for the Awards, noting that it is establishing a credible recognition platform for generators of online content.
Established as a partnership between Telkom Kenya and France Telecom Group in 2008, Orange offers mobile telephony services under the GSM and CDMA platforms, fixed line telephone services and internet services. It also owns shares in the TEAMS and EASSy cables, in addition to running the National Optic Fibre Backbone Initiative (NOFBI) and its own terrestrial fibre optic network- supporting it’s data carrier-to-carrier business. As at June 2011, Orange has a customer base of approximately 2,800,000 customers on GSM, fixed and CDMA wireless platforms with a country-wide presence.
About The 2013 BAKE Kenyan Blog Awards
The BAKE Kenyan Blog Awards rewards bloggers that post on a regular basis, have great and useful content, are creative and innovative.
These awards represent BAKE’s efforts in the promotion of quality content creation.