Computer Aid urges firms to sponsor mobile ICT units


Sponsorship of a ZubaBox will see companies boost their CSR and exposure in developing markets

ICT charity and Computing partner Computer Aid International is looking for corporate sponsorship to roll its ZubaBox out to 10 disaster areas and remote communities. The ZubaBox concept was cre...

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