Lenovo EMEA president quits

Eric Cador resigns as senior vice president and president of EMEA Lenovo after 12 months

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Lenovo EMEA president quits Lenovo's North America and Europe, Middle East and Africa president, Eric Cador
By  Aasha Bodhani Published  May 10, 2016

Eric Cador, Lenovo's North America and Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) president has announced his sudden departure from the company on Twitter.

He tweeted: "Following serious strategic disagreements, I will be leaving Lenovo today.

"Want to thank the Lenovo EMEA people who welcomed me very nicely. Have enjoyed working with them proud of the job done over the last 12 months."

He also confirmed that he would be returning to his consulting business, Cador Consulting.

Cador joined Lenovo as the senior vice president and president of EMEA in May 2015. He had formally led the PC business for HP in EMEA as senior vice president of the Personal System Group, a role that then expanded to include leadership of both printing and personal systems.

Lenovo has confirmed that president of Lenovo's business in Latin America, Luca Rossi will replace Cador.

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