Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Nokia Corporation Stephen Elop speaks about the Nokia Asha 501 cellular telephone as he addresses an unveiling ceremony in New Delhi on May 9, 2013. The Asha 501,with a three-inch screen, Wi-Fi, internet, camera is expected to go on sale in India and Europe in June, 2013 for approximately USD 99.
Kenya has led in terms of CEO footprint - Google's Eric Schmidt, IBM's Ginni Rometty and Nokia's Stephen Elop all visited the country recently - and companies investing in research and development, especially on the mobile platform. You will see the benefits of you locating in Kenya because you are close to the many multinationals who have set up here.
In absolute terms, we are at lower levels (compared to iPhone and Android based phones). We are starting from zero in those price bands in India as we started just over a year ago. We have to built that. Samsung and Apple have been building up for longer period of time in the Indian market and we have to do that
In absolute terms, we are at lower levels (compared to iPhone and Android based phones). We are starting from zero in those price bands in India as we started just over a year ago. We have to built that. Samsung and Apple have been building up for longer period of time in the Indian market and we have to do thatMore quotes »
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