Technology can raise the bar for women’s equality
There’s been no better time to be a woman in Asia than right now. By and large, women are safer, more prosperous and afforded more opportunities than they have ever been before. But “before” did not set the bar very high. Technology can set new standards, argues Mai Oldgard, SVP and Head of Telenor Group Sustainability:
Telenor Myanmar holds fourth annual Sustainability Briefing
Telenor held its fourth sustainability briefing in Myanmar, Monday, February 27, 2017. Telenor presented an update on its ongoing work within key sustainability areas as well as new initiatives contributing to sustainable, responsible business growth in the fast-paced market. Watch the video of the briefing below.
Telenor makes organisational changes
Telenor Group has today announced a change to its organisational structure and its executive management team in order to transition into a more integrated global company and to deliver on its digital strategy. The changes will be effective from 1 March 2017.
Fintech and Internet-of-Things among 2017’s hottest startup trends
Telenor Group looks into what might be the tech scene's movers and shakers in 2017, and how Asia's startup community could play a big role.
Nine rules for safer roads
Telenor Group is sharing with all our employees, supply chain workers and customers these nine crucial road safety tips: Telenor Road Rules. The info contained in this online driver safety course could help keep you, your colleagues, and your loved ones safer on the road. Watch, learn, share.
Digital Winners Asia to help promising Asian startups expand into new markets
Yangon provides fitting backdrop to the pioneering spirit of scaling across borders.
Petter-B. Furberg appointed CEO of Grameenphone
The Grameenphone Board of Directors has appointed Mr. Petter-B. Furberg (49) as the company’s interim Chief Executive Officer (CEO), effective from 1 November 2016. In his new role, Furberg will also serve as member of Telenor Group’s Executive Management.
Stay safe, “catch ’em all”: Pointers for Pokémon players and other virtual gamers
Apps like the popular Pokémon GO game are blurring the lines between the real and virtual worlds, creating an immersive layered experience for users. But this also presents some digital safety issues to be aware of, particularly for youth between the ages of 12 – 18, who form a significant portion of Pokémon GO’s and other virtual gaming apps' fan base. All users should consider the following simple steps to ensure a safer mobile gaming experience:
Survey: Could these be your kids’ future jobs?
Offering a light-hearted look at future job types and how kids in Asia might be feeling about an increasingly tech-centered career path, Telenor is running a new kind of survey for youth in our six Asian markets...