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Aruba appoints new UAE country sales manager

Gamal Emara brings more than 18 years' sale experience in the Middle East

Aruba appoints new UAE country sales manager
Emara says Aruba sees immense potential for business growth across the region.

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, has announced the appointment of Gamal Emara as its country sales manager for United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Emara will assume responsibility of the regional sales organisation and will strive to grow market share and revenues with partners, alliances and associates, strengthening Aruba’s position in the region, the company said. Based out of Dubai, he will report directly to Ammar Enaya, the company’s Regional Director, Middle East & Turkey.

“Emara brings with him a wealth of knowledge and experience of the technology industry. I wish him every success in this new role,” said Ammar Enaya. “We are excited to work with him as we continue to build up our customer base in the UAE.” 

An industry expert with more than 18 years' experience in the Middle East, Gamal’s career includes previous sales leadership roles within Aruba, where he was country sales manager for KSA, Egypt and Levant. Prior to that, he held an IT leadership position at the Saad Group.

Commenting on his appointment, Emara explained, “I am excited to be a part of this team. We see immense potential for business growth across the region. So we want to get even closer to our customers and ensure that they fully understand the positioning and superiority of our solutions.”

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