Global-IP forms outstanding sales team to develop services its African Markets
- IT Innovations , Infrastructure
- 27.03.2017 05:30 am
Global-IP Cayman, advanced satellite communications company, comissioned to bring affordable Internet and related value-added services to Sub-Saharan Africa, is delighted to announce its outstanding sales team brought on board to develop channel partners and offer new types of communications services in the area.
The sales team is headed by Senior Group Vice President, Yaron Tchwella, a seasoned executive who previously served in various president and CEO roles and brings many years of leadership and experience in Africa.
The sales team has deep experience working in African markets with a keen awareness of the industry trends and market conditions. Its leaders include:
- Jean-Pierre Kabanda, Vice President Sales & Business Development, former VP Marketing and Sales for SES S.A., responsible for Africa and Middle East, with over 15 years in the communications industry.
- Alex Petropouliadis, Vice President Sales, former VP Sales for Gilat Satcom, Xerox Business Services, and an ISP in Africa focusing on innovative value-added services, with over 15 years in the communications industry.
- Albert Khayat, Director Sales, former VP Sales for Alvarion/Telrad, covering Africa, and sales executive for Motorola in West Africa with over 30 years in the communications industry.
Umar Javed, co-founder and COO of Global-IP, said, “We are pleased to have such a powerful team getting our message and offering out to our target markets. At the core of our mission, we are committed to assisting our customers with sustainable profitable growth, by putting plans in place to increase their overall performances as we progress through our network deployment.”
Mr. Tchwella said, “Global-IP is a fast-moving company, with ambitious plans to be the leading provider of high-speed satellite connectivity in Africa and I am proud to be a part of this journey. Our commitment to Africa is unparalleled and our first satellite, GiSAT-1, will bring superior but affordable internet connectivity into Sub-Saharan African market and its 800 million inhabitants.”