> European universities partnership
Global Telesat have a multitude of partnerships with a huge number of european schools and European projects. Indeed, this company offers many internship to students, especially to some universities or business schools in France. Among the Global Telesat partner, there are for instance the URJC Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid), HEC Hautes Etudes Commerciales (Paris), INSEEC (Paris, Bordeaux), and BEM Bordeaux Management School (Bordeaux). During these partnerships, Global Telesat educate these students in order to give them a first view of the business world. They learn how to work in real professional circumstances.
> One World Magazine: Be Part of It / April - 2012
> Communications Africa, Issue 4 - 2012
> Forbes Africa, June 2012: Internet For Africa, Olé!
> Global Telesat is the first european satellite teleport on RASCOM-QAF.
> EL MUNDO awards the most innovative companies.
> Congress INACOM: Vsat Systems
GLOBALTELESAT also attended the seminar and its commercial department was represented by Mr. Paulo Coito and technical director Vsat Mr. Ivan Pizarro, who actively participated in the conference on the encapsulation of information and its transmission through VSAT and contributing to their mediations to animate and enrich the debate on the subject.
> II Internet Mediterranean Congress
July 7-9 in Alicante (Spain), took take place the2d Internet Mediterranean Congress.
Laure Gathy, head of the development of new business attended this organized by the Institution of ESTIC Fairs and Alicante.
During these three days, Alicante became the international capital of Internet and meeting point for all the professionals and companies interested in the latest strategies that allow them improving its presence on Internet networks with the best efficiency.
> Press clipping from the Spanish newspaper El Mundo, Monday the 30th of May 2011:
Innovators in the world
> Fadaiat Event 2004
Our company made the first ever intercontinental link between Africa and Europe with wireless technology, over 36km of land and water, providing internet service to the Moroccan city of Tangier from a satellite station at Guzmán el Bueno Castle in Tarifa (Cadiz, Spain). The link was maintained for the duration of the Transacciones/Fadaiat event, June 2004.
For further information on this event please consult the following webpages:
> Congratulatory letter from Abdelmalek Essaâdi University President, Mustapha Bennouna (in French):
> Press clippings from Spanish newspapers:
> Email of congratulations from our customer On-Media being impressed by the service and the quality of our company :
On May 5, 2010: Our customer On-Media, a TV and multimedia holding company for Angola, sent us an email of congratulations to be impressed by the service and the quality of our company.
I inform you that your internet is working very well; I was impressed by the speed of your service! I recommend it!
My thanks also to Jaime Baptista for advising your service and for having provided me the prices and all the information needed, because your contact came based on it.
I think we will need two additional connections to Internet, and in time I`ll handle it and I’ll contract with you again.
Thanks for everything,Going on with this good work!
> Appreciation letter from our client “Tchimanha del mar”, a big hotel located in a Seaside Resort in Futila, about 25km on the north of Cabinda city :
We would like to thank you for the good services and communicate you that our guests, the employees of the Halliburton oilfield Ma long, are very satisfied by the internet service provided by your company. Indeed, since you have installed Internet in our premises, we have not had any major problems with respect to the signal.
During the three interruptions of the Internet signal in the oilfield, the employees appreciated using our internet connection from our hotel.
So once again thank you, and we hope that our good collaboration and the quality of your services will continue like this.
We wish you a good work
> Certification of Partnership with Skyvision