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Mobile UK's Director of Policy and Communications, Gareth Elliott, Announced as Judge for Mobile News Awards 2023

Mobile UK

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This year, Mobile UK’s Director of Policy and Communications Gareth Elliott, has taken on the role as judge for the Mobile News Awards 2023. This prestigious awards ceremony celebrates and recognises the innovation, vision, performance, and success across the mobile and telecommunications industry.

Already, Gareth, with other leaders in the mobile technology industry, has reviewed a plethora of fascinating entries by various applicants across the award categories.

The winners will be announced on the 16th March 2023 at a special black-tie gala dinner in Westminster, London, hosted by UK comedian and TV personality Simon Evans, and with guests from all levels and sectors – including networks, distributors, accessory suppliers, retailers, vendors and many more.

Commenting on his role as judge, Gareth said:

 ‍“I would like to thank the Mobile News Awards for inviting Mobile UK to be part of this year’s judging process. The industry continues to impress with its plethora of many innovative initiatives committed to sustaining and enhancing the industry, while also taking into account the needs of customers and consumers. I look forward the announcement of the winners announced next month.”

For more details regarding the Mobile News Award 2023, visit its site here.


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