Hormuud opens its doors for the young graduates looking for a challenging yet promising career. We, at Hormuud Telecom, believe in nurturing our future ourselves, through our purpose built, result oriented and sophisticatedly designed Management Trainee Officers Program, particularly for the young graduates of management and engineering disciplines.
The Marketing Leadership Development Program (MLDP) is a leadership development rotation program designed to inject marketing talent and develop future leaders for Hormuud. The program brings the best talent from leading business schools to deliver new thinking, visible results and lasting impact on our businesses.
Brand management is the career track you hear about most often. It is the key function in the consumer products industry. Brand managers are often likened to small business owners because they assume responsibility for a brand or brand family. They are always focused on the big picture. It is their job to distill the brand's essence, map out their competitors in their brand's category, identify marketing opportunities, and be able to effectively communicate the unique benefits of that product or service.
It is the responsibility of the Public Relations Department to manage the communication with the media, consumers, employees, investors, and the general public. They are considered the spokespeople for the company. They will often write press releases to promote new products or to keep the investment community informed of business partnerships, financial results, or other company news. If they are based out of media relations, they will spend their time responding to information requests from journalist or pitch stories to the media.
Hormuud Telecom was established on April 02, 2002, in Mogadishu, Somalia. The Company started modestly, with 250 shareholders, ten customer service centers, and a few thousand customers. At that time, the Company only offered voice and SMS services. Seventeen years later, Hormuud Telecom has attracted well over 4 million subscribers, 12,000 shareholders, and over 800 customer service centers in both urban and rural Somalia. Our mobile networks cover more than 80% of the land area in South and Central Somalia