Satcom Direct appoints new regional director for EEMEA

He is responsible of managing the offices in Moscow, Dubai, and Cape Town
Satcom Direct appoints new regional director for E

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Satcom Direct has appointed Derek Donahue as regional director for Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa (EEMEA).

Based in the Dubai office, Donahue assumes his new role with immediate effect and is responsible of managing the Satcom Direct offices in Moscow, Dubai, and Cape Town, in addition to marketing, sales, support and operational activities in the extended region of Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Donahue moves to Dubai following a period of three years working at Satcom Direct's International Headquarters at TAG Farnborough Airport, UK, as Business Development Director for Europe.

Donahue will report into Chris Moore, chief commercial officer for Satcom Direct International.

"This is an exciting time for these regions. They each present their own set of opportunities and with Satcom Direct's extensive product portfolio we can provide definitive solutions for each market. We focus on providing extensive support for our customers, and having a local presence to support our global service means we can truly understand the customer's requirements and meet their needs for airborne connectivity," Donahue said.

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