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Nokia Appoints Networks Head in Pakistan

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ESPOO, Finland -- Nokia today announced the appointment of Danny Atme as general manager of its Networks business in Pakistan. He takes charge of the company’s operations in the country, leading the end-to-end customer team responsibilities, including sales, delivery, customer relationship and financial operations. Danny is a seasoned executive with over 24 years of experience in the telecommunications industry. He has extensive international experience having worked in the USA, Australia, China, Egypt, Sweden, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

Qais Esrawee, head of Sub-region, Lower Gulf, Afghanistan and Pakistan, for Networks business, Nokia, said: “We welcome Danny to lead the company’s growth in Pakistan. With his extensive international business and sales management experience gained in various roles in Nokia and other major multinational companies Danny is an excellent choice to lead Networks’ business growth in the country.”

Commenting on his appointment, Danny said: “I am delighted to take on this challenging role in a country that has great market potential for the latest, market leading 3G and 4G technologies. I look forward to reinforcing the confidence of our customers here. Nokia is a formidable player globally and we want to bring that value to our customers in Pakistan. We aim to boost the development of the ICT sector in the country, leveraging the skilled Pakistani resources.”

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