The Sport for Freedom team have been cycling all over England over the past few days, drawing attention to the global problem of human trafficking and modern slavery. They will be ending up in the London Olympic Park on Anti-Slavery Day, Saturday 18 October.
Please take a look at the Sport for Freedom site and help spread the word. The sooner we do something about this the better.
Frog has been nominated in The Sunday Times PA Consulting Inward Investment Track Ones to Recognise.
Some info available here
YTL, our partners in Malaysia, recently won an award for the most innovative service provider of the year at the Asia Pacific awards in Singapore.
I know it’s not directly relevant to the UK, but I thought I’d share it anyway in case anyone was interested:
WINNERS: Lee (fourth from left) holding up the accolade the company won for its Yes 4G mobile Internet and voice service. Also present are (l-r) senior device manager Alex Tang, deputy chief executive officer Jacob Yeoh, vice-president of customer relationship management Leong Chee Sung, chief marketing officer Reggie Chee Pok Jin, chief financial offcer Lee Nyit Toong, head of core networking engineering division Behnam Neekzad, and vice-president of IT strategy and development Jason Heng.
PETALING JAYA: YTL Communications Sdn Bhd was named the Most Innovative Service Provider of the Year at the 2012 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards Ceremony and Gala Dinner in Singapore for its Yes 4G mobile Internet with voice service.
The Yes 4G service is a mobile Internet platform that brings together mobile broadband, telephony (voice and SMS) and cloud-based services across multiple devices, all with a single Yes account.
“We pioneered an identity-based network architecture that allows all these services to be accessible with a single Yes ID for convenience and cost savings,” said Wing K. Lee, YTL Communications chief executive officer.
Lee said YTL Communications is honoured to have received the award and that it is a testament to the company’s vision and hard work.
Founded in 2004, the Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific ICT Awards seek to recognise companies and individuals that have pushed the boundaries of excellence and demonstrated outstanding performance across Asia Pacific.