Intel announces new regional structure
Intel Corporation has restructured its operations to reflect the growth and development of its business in the region. The Middle East and North Africa region (MENA), headquartered in Dubai, has now expanded to cover the entirety of the Middle East and Turkey, in addition to the African continent.
A number of new appointments have been introduced to provide the management structure that will support this new organization. Gilbert Lacroix will take the newly formed role of President of MENA and will lead Intel's government relations, working with the various leaderships in the region to provide effective support for public IT initiatives and the spread of the Internet.
Rod O'Shea has just has been appointed as Regional Director for the Middle East Turkey and Africa, based in Dubai and will jointly manage the newly formed region with Lacroix, where he has overall responsibility for developing Intel's business and ensuring that the company has a detailed understanding of the various markets that constitute the new region.
“The Middle East, Turkey and Africa have been recording outstanding growth for Intel in the past few years. This re-structuring will ensure the availability of the expert resources that enable us to consolidate our areas of strength and grow our business,” said Regional Director of Intel Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Dave King. “We believe that this region has significant potential for growth, and as such focus on it is higher than ever before.”
Chipmaker Intel is also a manufacturer of computer networking and communications products. Intel, Intel logo and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. — (menareport.com)
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