Ericsson has recently appointed David Hägerbro as Head of Ericsson Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, and Global Customer Unit Axiata. Prior to taking on his new role, David was the Head of Strategy, Technology, and Government and Industry Relations for Southeast Asia, Oceania, and India.
Nunzio Mirtillo, Head of Ericsson Southeast Asia, Oceania, and India, said, “The markets of Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh are key markets for us at Ericsson. We are committed to supporting our customers to deliver the full benefits of connectivity in these markets by deploying the latest generation of technologies. David is an experienced executive leader at Ericsson, with a strong track record of leading and developing Ericsson’s business across this region. I am confident he will deliver on Ericsson’s commitments in these markets.”
David Hägerbro has more than 20 years of experience in leadership and technology roles and joined Ericsson 12 years ago. He has held various roles across sales, management, technology, strategy, and government relations and has been leading and successfully developing the business across many different countries, including Sweden, Indonesia, Malaysia, and India.
Commenting on his appointment, David said, “I look forward to working closely with our customers in the markets, bringing them the latest solutions and technology to support their business success.”
Ericsson has a strong presence in Malaysia, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh and has been partnering with communication service providers in providing the benefits of connectivity and mobile broadband to consumers in these markets.
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