Ring recognises importance of Middle East customers and partners
Ring, a company on a mission to reduce crime through the use of technology, has honoured customers and partners from Kuwait, UAE, Bahrain, Oman and KSA.
A gala dinner was attended by 35 key customers from across the region and more than 90 delegates from Ring’s channel players and distributor community.
Ring’s Founder and Chief Inventor, Jamie Siminoff, presented the customer appreciation awards while on his first official visit to the Middle East.
The Middle East has become an important region for Ring’s smart home security products and solutions and Siminoff’s visit to the UAE upholds the importance that Ring places on its global commitment to reduce crime and make neighbourhoods safer.
Siminoff’s visit included meetings with key channel players from the Gulf.
“Ring’s mission to reduce crime in neighborhoods drives every decision we make, and I’m thrilled to get the opportunity to visit the region and meet with the local team and see first-hand their commitment to making their neighborhoods safer across the Middle East,” said Jamie Siminoff, Founder and Chief Inventor of Ring.
“We believe that great relationships produce great results, and this is why we are committed to supporting the team.”
Ring’s mission is to reduce crime in neighborhoods by creating a ‘ring of security’ around homes and communities with its suite of technology security products and services.