Vodafone UK CEO Nick Jeffery is to go away the corporate in February and can be changed by Group Chief Industrial Operations and Technique Officer Ahmed Essam.
Jeffery first joined the Newbury-based operator in 2004, spending the very best a part of a decade as CEO of the Group’s Enterprise division throughout which he dealt with the £1 billion acquisition and integration of Cable & Wi-fi.
He was appointed chief govt in 2016 at a time when Vodafone was fighting a difficult regulatory setting, fierce competitors, and customer support points.
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Jeffery has overseen a turnaround by way of investments in 5G, IoT and a converged core community, new buyer propositions, and enhancements to buyer satisfaction ranges.
These achievements have been recognised on the 2020 Cell Business Awards when he was named ‘Individual of the 12 months’.
He’ll formally depart on February 15th to take up a place elsewhere, whereas Essam will assume the highest job two weeks earlier and can stay on the Vodafone group Govt Committee.
He joined Vodafone in 1999 and has held a spread of business and govt roles throughout the corporate’s numerous markets, together with a spell as CEO of Europe cluster and as CEO of Vodafone Egypt. Alex Froment-Curtil will change into Group Chief Industrial Officer on the identical date.
“I wish to thank Nick for his contribution to Vodafone over his a few years with the corporate and specifically for the achievement in recent times of strengthening Vodafone UK’s place within the UK market,” stated Nick Learn, CEO Vodafone Group.
“I’m happy that Ahmed, an skilled Vodafone govt, has accepted this new function as CEO of Vodafone UK and I welcome Alex to his new Group function and to the Vodafone Group Govt Committee.”