Channel ME Awards 2012- nominations now open

Nominations are now open for the 5th edition of the Channel Middle East Awards, the leading awards event for the region’s IT channel.

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The Channel Middle East Awards recognise the vendors, distributors, system integrators, partner programmes and individuals that have made an outstanding contribution to the region’s fast evolving IT channel sector.

The event itself will take place on March 28 2012 in Dubai, with the winners collecting their awards during a gala dinner in front of the leading pioneers of the Middle East’s IT sector.

This year, there are 16 awards with categories covering vendors, distributors, system integrators, partner programmes and individuals.

Companies interested in entering the awards can visit the dedicated awards website, which lists all necessary information, including the awards categories and nomination instructions. The nomination form can be downloaded from the home page.

The deadline for nominations is February 15, and entries will be judged by a panel of respected industry experts during the last two weeks of February.

For any questions related to the awards, including the nomination process and eligibility, please contact Mark Sutton at, Manda Banda at or Mohamed Sawsou at You can reach us by phone on +971 4 444 3000. For any sponsorship or advertising related enquiries, please contact George Hojeige at or Kausar Syed at

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