ICC announces OPPO as Global Partner

ISLAMABAD : The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced an exciting new global partnership with OPPO, one of the world’s leading mobile telephone device companies, on a four-year deal which runs from 2016 until 2020.

Launched in China in 2004, OPPO is a young and dynamic company and has already established itself as one of the world’s leading electronic and technology service providers. It has a strong presence in more than 20 countries and a significant number of regions worldwide, including Australia, China, USA and right across Africa, Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Southeast Asia.

Commenting on the new partnership, ICC Chief Executive David Richardson said: “The ICC is delighted to welcome OPPO on board as a Global Partner and we are excited about the opportunity to team up for the next four years. OPPO is one of the market leaders in its field with an impressive worldwide presence, especially in territories where the game of cricket continues to grow and, in a lot of cases, flourish.

“OPPO has strong brand values on innovation and integrity, which are closely aligned with the ICC’s, and we believe that by partnering with OPPO, we can extend cricket’s reach even further. We look forward to working closely with them for the foreseeable future.”

Mr. Sky Li, Vice President of OPPO and Managing Director Of International Mobile Business, said, “OPPO is very enthusiastic about supporting international cricket, and cooperating with the ICC in bringing cricket fans more of the world-class competitions that the organization is known for. The partnership will allow us to continue to strengthen our links with consumers, as we join them in celebrating the great sport of cricket.” NNI

Intel Pakistan and USAID Reading Project Collaboration Announced Intel Pakistan and USAID Pakistan Reading Project will collaborate for better access to and enhanced quality of education in the lesser developed regions of Pakistan.

The intervention will improve reading instruction and assessment of 23,800 teachers in 23,800 public schools.

Towards the end of the project, it is anticipated to reach at least 1,300,000 grade 1 and 2 students across 7 provinces of Pakistan.

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