A shared ambition
Orange's management in Middle East and Africa in a nutshell.
Orange Middle East and Africa turned in another strong performance this year with turnover of €5.2 billion and growth of 2.6%. Today we are resolutely committed to our role as a partner for digital transformation in Africa and the Middle East. I am confident in our ability to retain our position as a leading partner, not only for our 121 million customers but also for the countries, communities and companies who we work with, sharing a pragmatic vision and respectful and sustainable development methods.Bruno Mettling, Orange Deputy CEO, Orange Middle East and Africa CEO
Orange is starting to replicate African success stories in Europe.
Elisabeth Medou Badang
CEO Orange Cameroon
Proud to join the extended Orange family.
Ben Cheick Haidara
CEO Orange Burkina Faso
Digital will account for 10% of African GDP in 2025 thanks to productivity gains and the growth of services such as the e-commerce.
CEO Orange Botswana
Orange puts ethics and compliance at the heart of its development strategy.
CEO Orange Central African Republic
Through its presence in Africa and the Middle East, Orange supports the development of countries like ours.
Seydi Ahmed Sy Sarr
CEO Orange Guinea Bissau
Orange is investing heavily in 4G and fibre optics, for example in Jordan.
CEO Orange Jordan
Africa is the birthplace of the bank 3.0, with Orange Money launched in Côte d’Ivoire in December 2008.
CEO Orange Côte d’Ivoire
Orange has 121 million customers across the region including 34 million in Egypt.
CEO Orange Egypt
With the support of operators, digital acts as a catalyst for greater social inclusion (banking, education, agriculture, etc.).
Ensuring connectivity to provide our customers with essential services is at the heart of our priorities.
CEO Orange Morocco
There are already 400,000 m-agri customers in Mali
CEO Orange Mali
Connectivity, innovation and solidarity are at the heart of the momentum of Orange Madagascar.
CEO Orange Madagascar
Joining the Orange Group means accessing cutting-edge and tailored innovation in Africa.
CEO Sierra Leone
Supporting digital transformation in Senegal means underpinning every aspect of its development – whether economic, social, cultural or artistic – to benefit all stakeholders.
Orange encourages innovation and local entrepreneurship with incubators such as Cipmen.
CEO Orange Niger
The continent’s digital transition, which is closely tied to the lack of physical infrastructure, offers exceptional opportunities for growth from which we hope to benefit.
CEO Orange Democratic Republic of Congo