Safaricom expansion reaches Rift Valley

Safaricom CEO, Bob Collymore, cuts  a ribbon to officially open the new Regional office in Nakuru Town.jpg

Safaricom CEO, Bob Collymore, cuts a ribbon to officially open the new Regional office in Nakuru Town.jpg

From MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya
NAIROBI, (CAJ News) – SAFARICOM has opened a regional office in Nakuru to serve the Rift Valley region, as the company takes its operations closer to customers.
The headquarters located in the CDN Plaza in Nakuru, will serve as a base from which the firm will run its operations within the Rift Region.
It is the first of six such bases that Safaricom is setting across the country, to coordinate operations in each of the regions.
Safaricom Chief Executive Officer, Bob Collymore, says the opening of the Nakuru office marks an important milestone in their regionalisation strategy.
“We are optimistic that it will go a long way in enhancing our business operations and in the long run strengthen our relationship with our customers.”
Collymore says Safaricom remains focused on offering the best customer experience with products and services that differentiate us from competition.
“The expansion of our services to the regions is aimed at engaging our customers from the grassroots, which then helps us address issues faster.”
Other offices will be in Nairobi West and Nyanza/ Western region. The regional headquarters are expected to be operational by March 2017.
– CAJ News

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