Nokia Appoints New GM for Lower Gulf

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Nokia appointed Tom Farrell has been appointed as the General Manager for Nokia Lower Gulf, a region comprising UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Oman. Mr Farrell has been with Nokia for seven years in various roles, most recently leading the Services Sales & Delivery team globally to bring Nokia’s Ovi services to millions of consumers in collaboration with mobile operators and retailers. Prior to that, he worked within the Nokia marketing organization and in strategy and business development.

Mr Farrell started his career at Accenture in the technology systems integration and consulting practices. He has extensive international experience having lived and worked in the United States, France, UK, Ireland (his native country), Finland and Singapore. Tom has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from University College Cork (Ireland) and an MBA from Insead (France/Singapore).

“I am very privileged and excited to have the opportunity to lead Nokia’s business in Lower Gulf, a region renowned for its trend-setting consumers,” said Tom Farrel, the new appointed General Manager, Nokia Lower Gulf. “As mobility becomes more and more important in the daily lives of everyone, there is a tremendous opportunity to connect people in new and better ways, fueling the next phase of growth and innovation in the industry. Given our existing brand and market strength in the Lower Gulf, Nokia and its partners are very well positioned for this new opportunity. I very much look forward to collaborating with our customers, partners and the community at large and believe that this region will become a showcase on the benefits of mobility for the coming decade.”

Source: Nokia Lower Gulf Press Release

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