Nokia has appointed Neil Gordon as Vice President of Nokia’s SEAP region, following a reshuffle at executive level. Neil will be responsible for Nokia’s strategic direction as well as overall business performance effective as of january 1 2011. Hit the jump to find out more.
Prior to this, Mr Gordon was leading the Global Sales Operations team and was based in Finland. He has been with the company on and off since since 1994 and has held both finance and sales leadership roles in Asia, Middle East & Africa and Europe. According to Nokia Senior Vice President and Head of Global Sales, Colin Giles, Neil Gordon has a “wealth of Nokia experience.”
“The markets within SEAP continue to offer tremendous growth potential and I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to work with our talented and highly engaged team,” said Gordon.
Neil Gordon has taken over from Chris Carr, who was appointed as new General Manager for Australia & New Zealand in November. This move comes as part of recent plans to release up to 1800 Nokia employees from its workforce globally.
“Our company faces a remarkably disruptive time in the industry, with recent results demonstrating that we must reassess our role in and our approach to this industry,” said Nokia CEO Stephen Elop.Tags | Breaking News, Industry, Jobs, Neil Gordon, Nokia, Press Release, SEAP, Vice President