Francis Gelibter appointed new Chief Executive Officer of Orange Armenia
Today, Orange Armenia announced the appointment of Francis Gelibter as Chief Executive Officer of the company, following the departure of Bruno Duthoit, the founding CEO, who has led the company since January 2009.
On the occasion of the start of the new academic year, Orange offers to get bestseller phones among youth for only 1 AMD, with a postpaid and prepaid service.
The newly built kindergarten of Arevashogh village (Lori region) will open its doors in a nicely furnished building, equipped with modern kitchen facilities. Located right next to Spitak, Arevashogh village was almost completely destroyed during the earthquake of 1988, but today it has 3250 inhabitants.In contrast with many other villages, it experiences positive demographic growth, but did not have a kindergarten till today. The building, constructed by the means of the community and government, is now completely ready to welcome 60 pupils of pre-school age. It will not only allow children to have pre-school education and become a member of the society in their early years, but will also give the women the opportunity to work.
Thanks to donations by Orange customers and the Orange Foundation two more children will join their family
Today Orange Foundation and World Vision Armenia announced the results of the second month of implementation of “Let’s Keep Children Home” SMS charity project. This project gives the chance to every Orange customer to support Armenian children whose families, due to financial difficulties, cannot keep them at home and deliver them to the care of state institutions.
Orange Foundation supports the development of women enterpreneurship
Today in the scope of Women’s Entrepreneurship Development programme the Republican Union of Employers of Armenia /RUEA/ and Orange Foundation launched the third and final stage of roundtable discussions on “Women entrepreneurs to develop stronger and more competitive business”. The first satage of roundtable discussions was participated by women entrepreneurs representing small and medium-size businesses, such as marketing, diverse services, handicraft, trade, private employment agencies, etc. The second and third stages of discussions were participated by beginner women entrepreneurs who in the scope of these discussions met with specialists of different business domains to acquire knowledge of tax legislation, marketing skills, written or unwritten rules of business with their help. In addition, roundtable discussions will give them the chance to exchange experience with more experienced business women engaged in small and medium-size businesses.
Addressee of the 50,000th international call of the previous week to travel to Greece
Today Orange revealed the name of the lucky customer having received the 50,000th international call for the period of August 13 to August 19. He is Vladimir Sargsyan from Vanadzor, who has been called by his relative living in Athens city, Greece. He will receive an airplane ticket to visit the capital of Greece during this year.
Today Orange revealed the name of the lucky customer having received the 50,000th international call for the period of August 6th to August 12th. He is Herbert Darbinyan from Yerevan, who has been called by his brother living in Moscow city, Russia. He will receive an airplane ticket to visit his brother.
Addressee of the 50,000th international call of the previous week to travel to Ukraine
Today Orange revealed the name of the lucky customer having received the 50,000th international call for the period of July 30th to August 5th. She is Sofya Sarukhanyan from Yerevan, who has been called by her sister living in Odessa city, Ukraine. She will receive an airplane ticket to visit her sister.
With the support of Orange Foundation already for the third year summer recreation camp in Aparan hosts children with autism
In the scope of strategic cooperation between Orange Foundation and “Arabkir” United Children’s Charity Foundation, the autistic children in care of “ArBeS” Health and Day Care Center and its rehabilitation affiliates in regions already for the third year participate in summer recreation camp in Aparan.
Orange Book Prize 2012 launched
Today Orange announced the launch of Orange Book Prize 2012. The objective of the contest is to boost interest in reading, reveal the literary works by contemporary Armenian writers and through the daily evolving electronic media spread them among large group of readers. With this initiative Orange also joins book and reading festivities in Yerevan. It is worth reminding that Yerevan has been declared World Book Capital this year. Orange Book Prize is organized and implemented in cooperation with the Armenian Book Center NGO.