Deutsche Telekom People Moves – Page 2

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    Deutsche Telekom people moves: cloud changes at T-Systems


    T-Systems’ Cloud Services department makes changes across accounts, with movements in Automotive and Public Transport verticals. Krämer replaces Fleutiaux in senior T-Sys spot. Google Cloud partnership gets new frontman in Queck. TMUS integrates rideshare acquisition Octopus Interactive. Wide-reaching leadership team rework at TMUS heightens focus on enterprise and targets ...

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    T-Systems appoints new healthcare lead


    Gottfried Ludewig, German Ministry of Health alumnus, appointed to lead T-Systems Health Industry. Tasked with driving growth in one of T-Systems’ four primary verticals.

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    T-Mobile poaches new CTIO from Vodafone


    Vodafone’s Networks lead Thibaud Rérolle to join T-Mobile Netherlands in the summer. Replaces outgoing Kim Larsen at TMNL as it prepares for an ownership change.

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    DT, IFM appoint chief exec for fibre JV


    Former Etisalat and Telefónica marketing executive appointed to lead DT’s full-fibre side hustle. Appointment made formal after spell working on setup of JV behind scenes.

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    T-Mobile tech boss Larsen departs


    Dr. Kim Kyllesbech Larsen, a high-profile tech figure within Deutsche Telekom, exits Dutch NatCo on gardening leave. Move comes with T-Mobile’s private equity takeover nearing imminent completion.

  • Höttges steps down from Henkel board

    Höttges steps down from Henkel board


    DT CEO gives up another Supervisory Board seat following Bayern Munich exit. Höttges said to have announced Henkel decision internally back in September 2021.

  • DT’s former R&D head joins Riddle & Code

    DT’s former R&D head joins Riddle & Code


    Blockchain expert John Calian takes up co-CEO role. The Austrian blockchain company worked with T-Labs on the Xride programme.

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    Ex-Telekom Deutschland CEO takes chair at altnet


    Niek Jan van Damme appointed Chairman at NGN Fiber Network to support expansion ambitions under Eurofiber partnership. van Damme the second ex-Deutsche Telekom name to join the altnet this year.

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    Deutsche Telekom people moves: senior Technology & Innovation changes


    Changes in AI, network automation, and R&D leadership to bring in the new year, with a fresh CTO to boot. Leroy’s Europe domain draws regional talent for new commercial team, while SoHo and SME segments get attention in central and Eastern outposts. T-Systems’ Posset confirms Poland and Romania as ...

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    DT moves AI beyond the lab with new lead


    DT’s new head of AI, Jan Hofmann, signals broadening approach. Predecessor Claudia Pohlink takes on new role at Deutsche Bahn. Emphasis increasingly placed on AI-infused voice technology as a business enabler. Nemat giving thought to AI implications for society and suggests there should be a ‘Hippocratic Oath’ for AI ...

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    Deutsche Telekom people moves: 6G next on the networks list


    Chalkiotis to lead the Group’s 6G interests alongside networks role. Greiner named new DT regulatory affairs head to lead EU relationship. DT–Orange procurement JV BuyIn names Canadian MD to drive partnerships with recent joiner Bell Canada.

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    Appel pick for new chair creates controversy


    Appel’s dual role at Deutsche Post and DT criticised as sending the “wrong signal”. Both Groups take steps to counter violation of German Corporate Governance Code.

  • Claure to add entrepreneurial energy to DT board

    Claure to add entrepreneurial energy to DT board


    DT management wants Bolivian–American entrepreneur to have SoftBank’s seat on Supervisory Board. Claure sees potential in “undervalued” DT and is bullish about partnership. DT offers route to European market for SoftBank portfolio companies. But the appointment has some drama as a long-running compensation dispute reportedly threatens Claure’s relationship with ...

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    Deutsche Post’s Frank Appel linked with DT chair


    Deutsche Telekom’s long-running search for its next chairman looks set to come to a close before the end of the year, with Deutsche Post CEO Frank Appel rumoured to be leading the pack. DT CEO Tim Höttges reportedly to be given mandate extension.

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    Deutsche Telekom people moves: healthcare VP named at T-Sys


    Udo Lingen gets T-Systems VP, Healthcare role following deal with Google Cloud for enterprise sovereign cloud services in DACH region. Newly divested Telekom Romania fixed unit poaches senior figures as it slowly fills out a leadership team following Orange buyout. Rook returns to DT via IoT partner 1NCE. Former ...

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    1NCE recruits Rook to lead expansion plans


    Former T-Mobile and Vodafone IoT lead Ivo Rook takes Chief Operating Officer title at Deutsche Telekom investment 1NCE. IoT platform provider and DT strategic partner 1NCE targets “global” expansion, leveraging Rook’s broad industry experience.

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    Europe B2B head exits as DT targets change


    Dominique Leroy’s DT Europe continues to build out its enterprise-focused activities as SVP, B2B Ralf Nejedl announces his departure.

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    DT people moves: Greece and Romania settle management


    OTE Group’s new-look Board of Directors confirmed, with three fresh faces in Rodrigo Diehl, Catherine de Dorlodot, and Grigoris Zarifopoulos. Telekom Romania Mobile Communications, the newly separated business following the fixed-line sale, confirmed its commercial and HR heads. BuyIn devices chief moves to Orange TowerCo TOTEM. T-Mobile US gets ...

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    DT–Orange procurement alliance BuyIn names new device boss


    Sharaf steps up to lead Devices & Platforms, taking the reins from Kohler.

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    T-Systems picks outsider to replace sales boss Fleutiaux


    Urs Krämer to replace François Fleutiaux as CCO. Fleutiaux said to be leaving “at his own request”. Newcomer arrives from European management and technology consulting firm Sopra Steria. Krämer’s remit for sales growth comes as Deutsche Telekom’s chronically underperforming IT unit has seen turnover slump through pandemic.