EMEA


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EMEA

Europe, the Middle East and Africa. For example, one might see products packaged differently for the UK, EMEA and Asia Pacific markets.
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Otero, the new president for EMEA, under which the GCC falls, joined Doosan Bobcat in 2012 and most recently served as EMEA region vice president of Compact and Telehandlers.
Langley replaces Frank Pizzo, who retires as EMEA regional president at the end of June.
To ensure it is well-positioned to support its customer and vendor partners throughout EMEA, Ingram Micro is establishing three cybersecurity centres of excellence (COE) covering the region, each providing specialised training, support, managed services, solution architecting and consulting.
The EMEA Ecosystem Partner Programme will focus on four key areas: the development of digital transformation in targeted vertical industries, supporting talent development, advancing technology innovation as well as enhancing marketplaces.
Investcorp bagged the best private equity exit in EMEA for its sale of Esmalglass and its fourth technology fund has been named best private equity fund raising in the Middle East.
Effective 1 September 2018, Katarzyna Mazur-Hofsass, PhD, will assume the Management Board position in charge of EMEA. She succeeds Dominik Wehner in the position, who decided to step down for personal reasons, effective 31 December 2017.
EMEA Finance majors in publishing analyses of corporate investments as well as retail banking services.
Since its inception, the global Channel Partner Programme has reportedly achieved year-on-year growth of 27% and has signed up more than 300 partners in EMEA since 2015.
Manikis will be responsible for the development of all of Wyndham Hotel Group's brands in the EMEA region as well as maximising the performance of all new and existing franchise and managed hotels.
distributor quota to 400 for DISTREE EMEA 2018, reflecting the emergence of new
AudioCodes worked with SIPHON Networks in the UK for two years, prior to SIPHON being acquired by the Nuvias Group at the end of 2016, and AudioCodes now sees the opportunity to replicate this successful relationship across EMEA. The initial focus will be on 16 key countries where Nuvias is already well established including DACH, France, Spain, Italy and the Nordics.