Telecom operator Grameenphone has won the Superbrands Bangladesh award yet again, said a press release.
Superbrands is a globally-acknowledged arbiter for brands that have been skillfully assessing various aspects of brand activities across countries since 1994.
Besides serving its customers with simplified solutions, GP stepped up to extend its responsible business practices and support the ailing economy with every opportunity since COVID-19 first broke out.
With timely and benevolent initiatives like Dakche Amar Desh and Bangladesh Challenge and real-time talktime facilitations to one crore customers, PPE donations to doctors in DGHS hospitals, special internet packages for doctors under DG health and more, GP tried its best in unleashing possibilities over the past year, which played a pivotal role in its being recognised as a Superbrand, said the release.
On this occasion, GP’s chief marketing officer Sajjad Hasib said, ‘I take this opportunity to thank our customers, partners and stakeholders for keeping trust in us and help us become superbrands — a testimonial to our persistent efforts over more than 23 years in Bangladesh as connectivity partner.’
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