Damamax appoints new CEO
Amman, May 14, 2012
Leading provider of broadband solutions and subsidiary of Dama Ventures, Damamax, has appointed Mohammad-Monir Ghannam as the company’s chief executive officer, in succession of Eyad Abu Khorma.
Ghannam took on his new position after having acquired a longstanding career within Jordan’s ICT sector, a statement from the company said.
As part of his responsibilities, Ghannam seeks to strengthen the company’s existing partnerships and establish new ones, in an effort to overcome and transform current challenges within the telecom sector into real opportunities.
He also strives to introduce new services to the Jordanian market by utilising its state-of-the-art backbone infrastructure, in an effort to provide customers with a top-notch telecom and internet experience.
“This responsibility further motivates to build on Damamax’s numerous successes and the unique services it offers to its customers in the local market. I am very eager to further advance its high-quality services and technologies, whilst overcoming current challenges and developing Jordan’s ICT sector as a whole, in a manner that will in turn positively impact our national economy,” said Ghannam.
Damamax is a pioneer in bringing next-generation telecom technologies to Jordan by providing broadband solutions and integrated global communication services through its state-of-the-art fiber optic network. – TradeArabia News Service
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