Samsung wins consecutive Best Brand Award

Samsung Mobile has again been recognized as Bangladesh’s No. 1 Handset Brand by Bangladesh Brand Forum. Top officials of Samsung Mobile Bangladesh have received the awards on behalf of Samsung Mobile during the award ceremony on December 7, 2019, at Le Meridien Dhaka.

The year 2019 has been a meaningful time for Samsung as the company has just marked the 50th anniversary of its founding. Adding to that, the past 10 years have been even more significant – as Samsung paved the way for the Bangladeshi society and its consumers to do and achieve what was previously thought unimaginable, thanks to the power of innovative technologies. This is Samsung’s timeless commitment to its consumers.

Once again, this commitment to its consumers has been recognized by the industry itself at the Best Brand Award 2019, as Samsung Mobile has won Bangladesh’s No. 1 Mobile Handset Brand Award for the second time in a row.

The best brand award is a platform where the top brands of Bangladesh are identified through a nationwide survey conducted by the market research firm Nielsen Bangladesh Ltd.

On this occasion, Md. Muyeedur Rahman, Head of Mobile, Samsung Mobile Bangladesh said, “We would like to dedicate being recognized as Bangladesh’s No. 1 Handset Brand for the second year in a row to our valued customers. This award is the result of their love and support.

Over the years, we have been trying to understand and fulfill the needs of our customers through useful innovation. We are ecstatic about the win yet humbled at the same time, as we have set a high bar for ourselves that we must adhere to. Our heartfelt gratitude and thanks to our customers, partners, and stakeholders without whom this was not possible.”

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