Rima Qureshi, Senior Vice President and head of market area north America, leaving its mandate and Ericsson’s executive leadership team on may 11, 2017
Niklas Heuveldop, Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer, and head of function Technology & Emerging Business, be appointed as acting head of market area north America
A recruitment process has commenced to appoint a successor
Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) today announces that Rima Qureshi has decided to leave Ericsson to take another position within the industry. She leaves her role as Senior Vice President and head of market area north America on may 11, 2017.
Börje Ekholm, president and CEO, said: “We will continue to work to deliver the latest technology and competitive solutions to our customers in north America. It is an exciting market with some of the world’s most advanced operators with high demands. We are determined to remain their partner on the road to 5G.”
Niklas Heuveldop, has been appointed acting head of market area north America, from may 11, 2017. Niklas Heuveldop is currently Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy Officer and head of function Technology & Emerging Business.
She continues: “I am very pleased with that Niklas can immediately take the role of acting head of market area north America. He has good customer relations and long experience from several managerial positions within the region. Rima has been very much appreciated in the group management for many years. We wish her the best of luck in her new position.”
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Ericsson announces change in executive management