As part of its role of a responsible company as a leading player in the new technologies, Tunisie Telecom inked on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, a partnership agreement with the National Centre of Cinema and Image (CNCI).
The agreement signed by Tunisie Telecom CEO Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem and Chiraz Latiri Cherif, CNCI Director-General is a strong sign of the two Tunisian entities to work together for the development of the new cultural industries.
In this connection, Mr Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem said: « Tunisie Telecom has always supported culture in Tunisia, today it provides its support to the new creative industries and encourages, along with the CNCI, the start-ups which blossoming around the creation of the digital contents. Besides, Tunisie Telecom voices the will to accompany the CNCI in its noble mission to safeguard the Tunisian cinematographic heritage.”
In turn, Mrs Chiraz Latiri Cherif voiced her pride to have Tunisie Telecom as an official partner, which will help combine means, know-how and the advanced technological solutions for the development of our country in the most prominent industries in the world, namely the industries pertaining to the image, cinema, digital and gaming.
The ceremony organized on the occasion of this agreement took place in Tunisie Telecom premises in a friendly atmosphere with attendance of the two partners’ teams.