Ministry of Telecommunications pledges support for advertising companies

  • State Secretary for Media sector Nuno Caldas
Luanda – The Ministry of Telecommunications, Information Technology and Media (MINTTICS) has reiterated its availability to support for advertising companies in their role to boost, adapt and adequate to the current challenges.

The pledge came from the State Secretary of the sector, Nuno Caldas Albino, who was speaking at the signing ceremony of protocol between MINTTICS and the Eventos Arena company, providing for holding of the First Edition of the National Fair on Advertising and Marketing on Friday.

 

He said that the support entails the training of staff of both companies.

 

Nuno Caldas Albino recognised that the sector is growing, but added that other vectors, actions and policy measures, mainly the legislatives ones, must be put in place to ensure gradually self-regulation of the market for efficient participation of the companies.


"As a ministerial department, I express all my institutional support and the consecration of all actions and strategies aimed to guarantee and ensure the rise and success of this important industry", underlined the official.

The pledge came from the State Secretary of the sector, Nuno Caldas Albino, who was speaking at the signing ceremony of protocol between MINTTICS and the Eventos Arena company, providing for holding of the First Edition of the National Fair on Advertising and Marketing on Friday.

 

He said that the support entails the training of staff of both companies.

 

Nuno Caldas Albino recognised that the sector is growing, but added that other vectors, actions and policy measures, mainly the legislatives ones, must be put in place to ensure gradually self-regulation of the market for efficient participation of the companies.


"As a ministerial department, I express all my institutional support and the consecration of all actions and strategies aimed to guarantee and ensure the rise and success of this important industry", underlined the official.