The rapid growth of telecommunications in developing economies such as the Middle East is beneficial to both citizens and businesses. Improvements to communication and technology allows for better education, progressive business, and increased investment in a country, as well as opportunities for those who are able to access such vast changes. While technology can be used to create business opportunities, develop resources, and introduce companies to global networking, it is also able to shrink the world for those living in developing economies, allowing them to improve their education, broaden their horizons, and inspire new dreams.
The benefits of telecommunications in growing economies
Technology is helping developing economies transcend poverty, economics, and race, making the world, particularly as far as business is concerned, far smaller; the world is a global stage that more and more economies now have access to. For the first time, regions such as the Middle East are able to compete with their developed rivals, and potential is being created in some of the least expected avenues.
The benefits of better telecommunications in developing economies are obvious and far-reaching; a better communication infrastructure can help businesses to not only connect and strengthen, but these developments can also stabilize economies, invite investment, open communication between countries, create opportunities to use resources in new and prosperous ways, and develop and maintain new business relationships. In short, telecommunications can be the key to securing a country’s future, helping the ‘developing’ to become ‘developed,’ granting new employment opportunities, attracting international business and investors, and improving education; the business world is becoming much, much smaller.
In addition to the benefits felt by business, young people living in the Middle East are also reaping the rewards. Children these days are growing up with technology and telecommunication, and it is now an integral part of their lives and education. They are, perhaps, some of the first people to truly benefit from the changes and developments being made in telecommunications. Opportunity and progress are words that Middle Eastern children can become accustomed to, while social media and networking means that the world before them is smaller and more accessible than ever.
Improvement and investment in the world of telecommunications
Investment and ideas are vital to the growth of telecommunications in the Middle East, helping networks to flourish under increased wealth and support. One such thinker aiding the region’s foray into prosperity is Ehsanollah Bayat, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder of one of Afghanistan’s biggest telecommunication companies, Afghan Wireless.
For a little insight into reasons for supporting telecommunications in the Middle East, one should look no further than Ehsanollah Bayat’s blog, which reveals numerous charitable causes, such as fighting for girls’ education, championing environmental concerns, and supporting new business opportunities. The growth of a digital communication network in the Middle East is enabling Bayat’s concerns to reach a wider audience and spur change. The Middle East, his home and heritage, is now able to compete on a global business level, while opportunities are being discovered in even the darkest corners.
Digital technology, particularly telecommunications, is a huge vehicle for change, making the world much smaller and more accessible, helping businesses to adapt and creating opportunities that young people are finally able to benefit from. Thanks to investment, inspiration, and innovation from entrepreneurs like Ehsanollah Bayat, the Middle East is one such region that is now able to benefit from a far improved telecommunications infrastructure, and progression in the field of business and technology is now creating opportunities where once none existed.