HTC has revealed more details about its European restructure following the news last week that it was breaking up the Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
HTC reveals restructure to target growth
The manufacturer said that it would be splitting EMEA into three regions, splitting up Western and Eastern Europe and putting the Middle East and Africa together.
The Western Europe division which will be headed up by Phil Blair temporarily before he takes a global business development role at the manufacturer. Former Russia country manager Andrey Kormiltsev will head up the Eastern Europe and Russia/CIS region. Whilst the Middle East and Africa regions will be run by Nikitas Glykas. All of the regional head’s will report into the president of global sales Chialin Chang.
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In a statement HTC said: ‘As part of our current business realignment strategy designed to set up HTC for future success, we will be splitting EMEA into three regions: Western Europe, Eastern Europe & Russia/CIS, and the Middle East & Africa. The head of each of these regions will be responsible for the Profit and Loss of their region and will report directly into Chialin Chang, HTC’s President of Global Sales.
‘We have appointed Andrey Kormiltsev as the head of Eastern Europe & Russia/CIS, and Nikitas Glykas as the head of Middle East & Africa. Phil Blair will take on the interim role of the head of Western Europe while we recruit for this position, and will then transition into a global business development role supporting HTC’s executive committee.’
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