Cairo, EGYPT, Nov 28, 2017 – Infobip, the global cloud communications provider for enterprises, opened its offices in Cairo on Monday, Nov 27 at 10:30 AM, Spot Mall, 2nd floor, office #15, El-Obour Square, New Cairo, in front of the American University Campus. An opening ceremony took place, and the media were given opportunities to interview key executives of the company on site.
Infobip reaches 8.5 billion mobile devices, connects to over 800 telecom networks globally and holds offices all over the world. The Cairo office is the 56th office opened internationally. The office is part of an instrumental expansion in the Middle East and North Africa region and will provide the company more in-depth understanding of local market conditions. The Egypt office will allow Infobip to develop its business relationships and partnerships further broadening its wide network of clients and partners.
“Our growing market in Egypt is instrumental to our expansion in the Middle East and North Africa region. We are proud to have established Infobip here in Cairo with local talent holding the very important knowledge of domestic market conditions and trends“, said Silvio Kutic, President and CEO at Infobip.
In Egypt, Infobip will focus its business on providing enterprise messaging service to businesses looking for not only local, but also regional and global coverage. A major segment of the business initiative is services and products driving revenue from A2P SMS messaging for mobile operators.
Founded over a decade ago by two young developers, Infobip grew into an international business with 50+ offices on 6 continents and proprietary, in-house developed messaging platform with the capacity to reach 8.5 billion mobile devices connected to over 800 telecoms networks.
Infobip innovates at the intersection of Internet and telecoms technologies, creating new ways for businesses and their end users to interact over mobile devices. The company serves and partners with leading mobile operators, OTTs, banks, social networks, tech companies and aggregators.