GBI names Amr Eid as CEO

Eid proved his mettle during nine-month stint as acting-CEO
Amr Eid is now CEO of GBI.
Amr Eid is now CEO of GBI.

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Amr Eid is now CEO of Gulf Bridge International following a nine-month stint as acting-CEO.

Eid was appointed CEO by the company’s board of directors, who said that he had successfully spearheaded the company’s transformation into a global shared and managed services provider.

Abdulla Al Rwaili, executive vice chairman and managing director, GBI said: “Amr’s vision, innovative industry outlook and proven track record of successes have positioned him as a strong leader for GBI. We are confident that he has the wealth of experience, commitment, and the drive to deliver value to shareholders, partners, customers, and to the whole ecosystem. I look forward to supporting Amr in further developing and implementing GBI’s roadmap for future growth.”

Amr Eid, CEO of GBI, added: “I want to thank GBI’s Board of Directors, Chairman, Executive Vice Chairman and shareholders for their confidence and trust vested in me during the company’s transition. I am delighted to continue working with my dedicated and talented team and to further guide GBI on its journey towards sustainable growth and success.”

Amr Eid brings over 23 years of experience in the technology and telecommunications industries having worked at leadership positions for numerous global multinational companies. He enjoys a solid industry track record of achievements in building new companies, divisions and subsidiaries, creating innovative go-to market strategies, driving corporate transformation and establishing sustainable industry synergies. He has won many recognitions and awards regionally and internationally over the span of his successful career.
 

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