TSF award and branding on Formula 1 race car

The organisation was awarded the Editor’s Prize at the Global Telecoms Business Innovation Awards in London on September 9th 2008.

The event which hosted 200+ industry leaders from all over the world including North America, the Middle East, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, India, Africa and Russia also raised more than 2,000 euros for TSF.

Monique Lanne-Petit received the prize from Alan Burkitt-Gray, Editor of Global Telecoms Business Magazine.

TSF logo shown on AT&T Williams car during Belgium GP


headrest TSF-copyAT&T also marked the organisation’s 10th anniversary through the placement of the charity’s logo on the AT&T Williams race car of Kazuki Nakajima during the Belgium Grand Prix last weekend.

The presence of the TSF logo provided the charity with an opportunity to raise its profile on a global basis during the race weekend both with the estimated 100,000 visitors having attended the Spa Francorchamps circuit, and by the opportunity of exposure  to the estimated worldwide television audience of 300 million people.


The idea for associating TSF to a Formula 1 race car is not a coincidence. TSF which invented the concept of humanitarian telecommunications is known as one of the fastest organisations to deploy to disaster and conflict zones. To do its work TSF also uses highest quality, top class performance technology. In emergencies, every second counts.