GBI makes two strategic VP appointments

Amr Eid hopes the appointments will further enhance GBI's market footprint
Whitney Myrus, left and Joris te Lintelo, right
Whitney Myrus, left and Joris te Lintelo, right


GBI, a global cloud and managed services provider that owns and operates a multilayer carrier neutral network connecting the world to the Middle East, has announced two strategic Vice President appointments . Whitney Myrus, VP, Sales will be based in GBI’s commercial office in Dubai, and Joris te Lintelo, VP, Sales will be based in the Netherlands.

Amr Eid, acting CEO and CCO of GBI, said: “We are pleased to welcome Whitney and Joris to our sales team. Their appointments will further enhance our market footprint and will contribute to GBI’s success in line with our next phase of growth.”

Whitney Myrus said, “I am eager to contribute to GBI’s future. GBI is a progressive company that has sustainable growth and motivational visionaries who lead the team into further strengthening the company’s value propositions.”

Joris te Lintelo said, “I am excited to be a part of a forward-looking organization like GBI, to contribute to GBI’s next phase of development and to share my expertise with the whole team.”

Myrus, is an executive with 20 years of experience in management, operations, marketing, sales, business development, managing sales and sales operations with a strong focus and understanding of doing business across international markets. Prior to joining GBI, Myrus, a sales and business development strategist, was principal Consultant at EA Welt GmbH and business development lead, international division at DRS technical services.

Lintelo brings more than fifteen years of experience in international telecom carrier markets. In his previous positions across Europe, he has acquired extensive international sales and marketing experience in the wholesale turf.


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