AT&T Randall Stephenson - CEO of the Year
"Total Telecom" Honors AT&T's Stephenson at its Annual World Communication Awards 2011 Gala
London, England, November 07, 2011
AT&T* Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Randall Stephenson, was named Total Telecom’s CEO of the Year at this year’s 13th annual World Communication Awards.
“I am honored to receive this recognition which reflects the tremendous efforts of the nearly 260,000 AT&T employees worldwide. On their behalf, I want to thank the readers of Total Telecom,” said Randall Stephenson, chairman and chief executive officer, AT&T. “This is an incredible time for our industry with many telecom companies around the world doing truly impressive work.”
About 600 global telecom senior executives attended the awards ceremony at The London Hilton on Park Lane hosted by Total Telecom, a premier news source for global communications professionals.
The CEO of the Year Award is an industry-voted category. Mr Stephenson was voted CEO of the Year by a poll of readers and users of Total Telecom, following nominations of candidates who were whittled down to a short list of ten CEOs selected by the Total Telecom editorial team.
“The CEOs who made the shortlist were not judged by company size or financial success, they were those who best exhibited the ‘X-factor’ and have driven corporate or industry success,” said Mary Lennighan, Editor, Total Telecom.
- Total Telecom has over 90,000 readers every month from 150 countries
- Total Telecom launched the World Communication Awards in 1999
- Nominations were accepted of CEOs of telecom operators or service providers who managed their organization during the period of 1 January 2010 to 30 April 2011.
- AT&T was recognized as the leading global telecoms company in Total Telecom’s ‘Global 100’ ranking published last month
About The World Communication Awards
The World Communication Awards recognise the companies and individuals responsible for the innovations, achievements and great new services that are helping to build tomorrows industry. The Awards are open to all communications providers, whether they are a traditional carrier, service provider, multimedia content provider or another organisation providing a communication service.
The World Communication Awards maintain their fiercely protected independence and focus on the big issues, while encouraging more entries from communications providers across the globe, both large and small, to ensure the awards can truly claim ’world’ status.