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Vodafone Ghana gets new CEO



The Board of Directors of Vodafone Ghana have appointed Haris Broumidis as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). His appointment took effect from July 15, 2013.
Haris Broumidis joined Vodafone in 2002 as the Marketing Director and Enterprise Unit Director in Vodafone Greece and moved on to Vodafone Albania as the CEO in 2007. Under his leadership, Vodafone Albania became the undisputable leader in the telecoms sector.
In 2012, he joined Vodafone Group in its headquarters, London, as the Commercial Director for Europe. Among several other responsibilities he was tasked with the acceleration and implementation of Vodafone’s commercial priorities in European markets.
He brings on board several years of experience and a winning strategy to strengthen Vodafone Ghana’s number two position in Ghana’s telecom market and also make it the undisputed leader for enterprise.
Haris Broumidis is from Greece and studied Economics at the University of Athens. He pursued his MBA at the Cardiff Business School, University of Wales and is an alumnus of INSEAD, Fontainebleau - France.
Prior to joining Vodafone, he held various senior commercial roles including Marketing Director and Business Unit Director of Fresh dairy Products (Delta/Danone Unit) in Greece.

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