O2 head of acquisition and propositions to leave in April

O2 head of acquisition and propositions to leave in April

 

O2 head of acquisition and propositions, Paul Taylor, is leaving the operator in April to head up the non-voice division of New Zealand’s Telecom Mobile.

 

Taylor has worked at O2 for nearly six years, overseeing most of its pay monthly launches. He is credited with pushing the operator to first to market for social networking with Facebook and MySpace, as well as launching extended contracts and the iPhone.

 

Taylor was also a central figure in the strategy and delivery of ideas such as O2 Treats and O2 Long Weekends.

 

Taylor said: ‘It has been an immensely difficult decision to leave O2. I am proud of what the company has achieved and I am leaving a company at the top of its game. O2 has great people and will continue to create fans by delivering market leading ideas with the customer central to everything it does.’

 

 

 

Written by Mobile Today
Mobile Today

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