MobileWorld magazine has marked its 10year anniversary of remarkable achievements in ICT reporting in Africa since its inception in 19th February 2005.
MobileWorld reminisce its rich contributions in the effort of developing the ICT sub-sector in numerous ways through the delivery of a world class, glossy and free publication that convey cutting edge mobile communications news, information technology, reviews, essential tips, exclusive executive interviews, and a fresh on the Africa telecommunications market.
The Founder and Chief Executive Officer/ Group Publisher of MobileWorld, Mr Akin Naphtal said MobileWorld’s 10th anniversary is a tremendous milestone for the company.
He added over the past ten years, they have introduced incredible innovations into the publishing industry while focusing on better ways to bring out a better magazine, imbuing their deep understanding of publishing, or through their unique writing style.
“We’ve pioneered a true pacesetter, an easy to read, colourful and evergreen piece in MobileWorld. MobileWorld set the bar only by what we believe defines greatness. I am immensely proud to be leading a team of people who strive for perfection every day and relentlessly work to publish the best magazine,” he told the press.
According to Mr Naphtal, the mother company, Instinct Wave, will announce a date to celebrate the milestone.
“We have great plans to bring the “who is who” in the industry together, very soon we will make announcement for the big celebration” he added.
His mission to publish qualitative, informative, entertaining and educative articles with reviews on cutting-edge technologies and practical guides on maximizing its readers’ communications experience; helping individuals, businesses and communities to be better informed in an increasingly complex technology world, has widely been accomplished.
Today, MobileWorld Magazine, has a strong distribution network that caters to its target audience in countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Kenya and England.
MobileWorld has a guaranteed average monthly circulation in excess of 5,000 copies with steady month on month growth in its pilot country Nigeria.
The magazine also has an average pass on readership of five readers per print copy, it is a delight to industry professionals and top decision makers including CEOs, CTOs, CMOs, CIOs, Heads of IT, technology suppliers and various industry stakeholders.
By Abubakari Seidu Ajarfor, [email protected]
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