i-mate axes Dubai staff

Mobile device vendor i-mate has cut ten staff members from its Dubai HQ in a bid to restructure its operations in the Middle East and worldwide. The vendor claims that as a result of the restructure, 97 new job opportunities will be opened up worldwide over the next six months.

  • E-Mail
By  Dawinderpal Sahota Published  April 5, 2007

Mobile device vendor i-mate has cut ten staff members from its Dubai HQ in a bid to restructure its operations in the Middle East and worldwide. The vendor claims that as a result of the restructure, 97 new job opportunities will be opened up worldwide over the next six months. “In recognition of the need to constantly adapt to the changing business landscape both globally and in the Middle East, i-mate is in the process of restructuring parts of its organisation. As a result there have been some changes, which regrettably have led to a small number of redundancies,” revealed i-mate in a statement to the press. The vendor claims it is committed to the colleagues who have been affected by the changes and claims it is making arrangements to help and support them. The vendor also revealed that the restructure is nearing completion, with no more cuts expected in the region. “i-mate is proud to be headquartered in the ME, and has provided a wide range of job opportunities and career prospects to an increasing number of people since its inception in 2002," read the statement. “In fact, we have identified 97 new job opportunities globally in the coming six months. The restructure in the Middle East is now complete and we remain committed to our employees, partners and customers in the region”.

Add a Comment

Your display name This field is mandatory

Your e-mail address This field is mandatory (Your e-mail address won't be published)

Security code