Tigo Tanzania appoints new GM

Gutierrez has 15 years of experience in the telecommunications industry
Diego Gutierrez, general manager of Tigo Tanzania
Diego Gutierrez, general manager of Tigo Tanzania


Tigo Tanzania has appointed Diego Gutierrez as general manager of Tigo Tanzania following the completion of the tenure of interim general manager Cecile Tiano.

“Further to the successful conclusion of the specific projects that Ms Tiano was brought in to conduct as an Interim general manager, Mr Gutierrez will provide management continuity to grow the new initiatives successfully”, the company stated.

Gutierrez’s knowledge of the business and the market allows for a seamless business transition. Prior to his time with the company’s mobile money division in Latin America, he had been Tigo Tanzania’s general manager for three years. Gutierrez has 15 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, having worked in several markets in Latin America and Africa.

“I am delighted to resume work with an enthusiastic team who collectively share the Tigo’s vision of providing digital lifestyle transformation to Tanzanians”, Gutierrez said.

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