Vodafone Qatar gets new COO

Mohamed Al Sadah takes on more responsibilities at the telco provider
Al Sadah joined Vodafone Qatar in 2012 as chief administration officer.
Al Sadah joined Vodafone Qatar in 2012 as chief administration officer.

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Vodafone Qatar has appointed Mohamed Al Sadah as the company's chief operating officer (COO).

Al Sadah joined Vodafone Qatar in 2012 as chief administration officer and shortly after was also assigned the role of chief business development officer.

He started his career as an engineer before taking up role in human resources and business development, where he demonstrated repeated success in these areas.

"I'd like to congratulate Mohamed on his new role as chief operating officer, which will help accelerate the implementation of the company's overall strategy. In his four years at Vodafone, Mohamed's leadership has been critical to many of the company's achievements and there is no doubt he will play a key role in its future," said Ian Gray, CEO, Vodafone Qatar.

Before joining Vodafone, Al Sadah held senior roles at Qatar Investment Authority and prior to that at Dolphin Energy.

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