Ericsson picks new head for sub-Sahara Africa
By - | January 22nd 2013
By John Oyuke
Ericsson has appointed Fredrik Jejdling as head of the sub-Saharan Africa region with effect from April 1, 2013.
Ericsson President and CEO Hans Vestberg said: “Under Fredrik’s leadership Ericsson has extended its strong position as the partner of choice for operators set to capture market opportunities as India continues its strong mobile data development.
Sub-Saharan Africa is now facing similar exciting developments and Fredrik will bring his broad experience to further develop Ericsson’s offering and support to the region.
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