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Meet Messente at Messaging and SMS World conference 2015

- 5 MIN READ - 24 Nov 2015

Come and meet Messente at this years Messaging and SMS World conference in London, UK (1st - 2nd December).

Messente is glad to be present at Messaging and SMS World conference in London, UK - the place to be in the beginning of December if you are a member in the messaging industry. Besides discussing the most recent hot topics in the messaging industry, there will be plenty of opportunities to meet up with new people and to forge new partnerships and discuss cooperations.

Messentes team will be present for the whole duration of the event and for this years event, we have some special offers for Scandinavia, Eastern and Central Europe.

If you are interested in meeting us to discuss cooperation in messaging – just drop me a line at joosep.pintsaar@messente.com

Also visit the event website: Messaging and SMS World conference to see the participants and have a look at the topics coming up for discussion.

Joosep Pintsaar

Joosep Pintsaar - Head of carrier relations

Joosep is the person taking care that your messages will be delivered no matter where and when.

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