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     Date Submitted:12-07-2018
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     Current job:CEO
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsSatellite Business Development, International Sales,Strategy
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    Marital Status: Married plus 3 children

     

    MostInvest, Chief Executive Officer, Morocco

    Responsibilities:

    (September 2012 - Present)

    •  A Virtual Operator in Satellite Telecommunication covering Mediterranean Countries in addition to Africa.

    •  Provide any African-based entrepreneur with a cost-effective Internet connection (Ka-band), practical course how to accelerate the business and access to different start-ups and investors worldwide.

    •  Advised and consult on Mobility, Data and Telecommunication intermediate for Broadcasters.

    •  Advise Governments for Satellite Capacity Space Segment. Work with Mining Industry such as OCP Group for Satellite Communication in their site.
    Start partnership between MostInvest, a North African satellite service provider and satellite operators.

    •  Provide an access to uninterrupted, high-speed internet in 34 African countries. MostInvest project’s purpose is to create a vibrant community of start-ups to provide them with online access to share the knowledge of how to launch and accelerate the business.

    •  Provide our partners with more than just a short-term solution. Collaborate with our clients to provide long-term solutions and partner with them every step of the way. With over 18 years’ experience in the communications industry and the region, help our clients with all of their network designs and implementation needs. Offer the development and implementation of end- to-end solutions to ensure clients success.

    •  Help clients minimize risk, manage technology implementation and determine the most cost- effective approach.

    Achievements:

    •  Sign many agreements with more than 250 dealers for Satellite products, satellite Mobile phones, satellite Payphones for isolated areas.

    •  Supplied routing, switching, access, transport, wireless and other equipment to the service provider market segment. Acted as one-stop shop for services and products .Completed turnkey design, procurement and implementation in West, North and Central Africa. Maintained reseller arrangements with some of the top vendors in the industry, enabling us to source both new and pre-owned equipment, at significant discounts, to meet client network needs without breaking the bank.

    •  Partnership with Broadcasters in North Africa and with Ministries of Information and Communication in Maghreb region.

     

    Harte-Hanks Market Intelligence (September 2008 - July 2012) Director, Europe Middle East and Africa, Paris

    Responsibilities:

    • Provide market intelligence for IT and Telecom Operators in Europe, Middle East and Africa. I was based in Paris, working with Etisalat, Orange, Vodafone, IBM, and HP.

    Achievements:
    • Providing data to Multinational companies, participated to enhance their turnover with 20% in average.

     

    Meditel-Orange (September 2006 - July 2008) Marketing Director, - Morocco

    Responsibilities:

    •  Hunt and win potential contracts with Government and Armed Forces.

    •  Budgetary control of 1500 point of sales.

    •  Key focus on cost reduction & control, working with CEO to increase our Market share.

    Achievements:

    • Meditel -Orange became the second operator of Morocco, reaching twelve millions clients.

     

    Thuraya Satellite Telecommunication Company (September 2001- July 2006 - UAE)

    Director Market Development, Dubai

    Responsibilities:

    •  Negotiating, signing agreements and implementing Service Providers in Europe, Middle East, Africa and CIS countries.

    •  Sub Continent of India plus China.

    •  Signing Agreements with Service Providers in Thuraya Footprint, 120 countries.

    •  Signing agreement with Oil, Gas Companies, Maritime and Corporate as well.

    Achievements:

    •  We have introduced satellite payphones in many African and Asian countries, opening up isolated areas. decision makers were interested to present telecommunication as one of important component of local and sustainable development .with this solution we created jobs and thus reduce poverty in thousands of African and South Asian villages

    •  I have negotiated contracts with almost 100 hundred countries in Africa , Middle East , Asia and CIS countries.

    •  Lessons learnt were to have a good knowledge of socio-economic situation and socio-economic environment in each country .The main achievement was the introduction of satellite products to almost 100 hundred countries, among then United Kingdom, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Iran, Qatar, Bahrain Kuwait, Turkey, Egypt, Sudan Nigeria, Pakistan, India and others.

    •  I believe that with installation of satellite payphones we reduced poverty; we contributed to human development because people have the possibility to call hospitals, schools and be less isolated. We played an important role promoting cooperation amongst all countries using Thuraya satellite because of interconnections and roaming.

     

    Director Europe and Africa (October 1998 - August 2001- UAE)

    Responsibilities:

    • Market Development and Implementation of Service Providers

    Achievements:

    •  Negotiation with African countries and agreements signed, service providers implemented

    •  Negotiation with European countries and agreements signed, service providers implemented

    •  Negotiation with Asian countries and agreements signed, service providers implemented

    •  Our footprint was covering 120 countries, Africa, Europe, Middle East, Asia and CIS countries.

    •  The main role was to negotiate with decisions makers of those countries and sign agreements to sell Thuraya products. Most of those countries didn’t have GSM coverage, therefore the only means is to make calls through a satellite.

     

    ONPT-National Office of Post and Telecommunication Engineer Expert, Morocco

    Responsibilities:

    • Development of telecentres and telephone shops. Achievements:

    • Implementation of 20 000 telecentres and telephone shops Ministry of Post and Telecommunication

     

    Project Manager - Network Development, Morocco

    Responsibilities:

    • Programming and planning for new 500 000 phone lines. Achievements:

    • Implementation of program of 500 000 fixed phone lines.

     

    Ministry of Energy and Oil, Engineer, Research and Development, Morocco

    Responsibilities:

    (October 1990 - August 1998)

    (September 1985 – August 1990)

    (September 1981 - July 1985 )

    •  National role, organising communication network. Telemetry and Data Acquisition.

    •  Operational optimization of the expenses, delivering a reduction of 30% over 4 years.

    Achievements:

    •  Successfully delivered Telemetry and Data Acquisition within the country; convincing authority of Electricity to reduce prices for customers.

    •  Managed implementation of Telemetry in 12 main cities delivering efficient Business Plan.

     

    Education:

    •  MBA International Finance London School of Economics and Political Science-1989

    •  Diploma of International Institute of Management. International Marketing -France-1988

    •  Diploma in Regional Economy, Aix en Provence – France. 1986

    •  Doctor Engineer, Mediterranean University.1981

    •  Engineering of Telecom and Aeronautic Engineering, Institute of Marseille, France.1979

    •  Diploma of High Studies, Telecommunication Engineering.-1979

    •  Master of Sciences and Techniques, Telecommunication, University of Aix Marseille.1977-1978

    •  Bachelor of Physic and Metrology, University of Provence France. 1976-1977

    •  Diploma of General University Studies. University of Provence, France. 1974-1976

    •  Baccalaureate mathematical Sciences, French International School-Casablanca-1974

     

    Interests and main competencies:

    •  Wireless, Satellite Communications, Business Strategy, Market Development, Product Management and International Sales.

    •  Good knowledge and excellent relationship with regional UN and international organizations and Governments in GCC countries.

    •  Very familiar with Telecom Operators and Regulators in Europe, Middle East, CIS and Africa. I have introduced Thuraya to European, Middle Eastern and African markets. Strong relationship with, EU, EU Telecommunication Commission, EBRD, CEDEAO, ATU, SADC, CEEAC, COMESA, NEPAD, ECOWAS,OAU, ADB etc...).

     

    Languages:

    •  English: Bilingual

    •  French: Mother Tongue

    •  Arabic: Mother Tongue

    •  Spanish: Fluent written and spoken

     

    References:

    •  CEO of Yahsat: Mr. Jassem Al Zaabi

    •  Chairman of ISTO: Mr. Ahmed Toumi

    •  CEO of TRA-Abu Dhabi-UAE: Mr. Mohammad Al Ghanim

    •  Secretary General of ITU

    •  Top Management of ITU

    •  President of SAMENA Telecom Council: Mr. Bocar Ba

    •  Former Chairman of Thuraya Satellite Telecommunication: Mr. Mohammad Hassan Omran

    •  Former CEO of Etisalat international (15 GSM licenses in Africa): Mr. Jamal Al Jarwan

    •  CEO of Etihad Bureau-Dubai: Mr. Marwan Lutfi


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