Tunisana appoints Ken Campbell as new CEO

Campbell set to take over from Yves Gaultier on November 15
Ken Campbell will take over as CEO of Tunisiana on November 15.
Ken Campbell will take over as CEO of Tunisiana on November 15.

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Qtel’s Tunisian mobile operation, Tunisiana, has appointed Ken Campbell as its new CEO.

Campbell, who will take over from current CEO Yves Gaultier on November 15, was previously CEO at Wind Mobile, Canada.

Dr. Nasser Marafih, CEO, Qtel Group, said: “Ken brings great experience and track record in the commercial and customer services, and will prove instrumental in ensuring that the quality of customer experience is consistently at the highest possible levels.”

Gaultier assumed the role of CEO of Tunisiana at start-up in 2007. Marafih said that Gaultier had proven to be “an outstanding asset” in Qtel Group’s portfolio, delivering consistent performance to establish its position as the market leader in the Tunisian market.

 

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