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GBI appoints new acting CEO

Amr Eid to take on lead role at carrier network operator Gulf Bridge International

GBI appoints new acting CEO
(l-r) Abdulla Al Rwaili, executive vice chairman and MD, and Amr Eid, acting CEO, GBI.

Carrier network operator Gulf Bridge International (GBI) has announced the appointment of Amr Eid as acting chief executive officer.

Eid will take on the job effective immediately, in addition to his role and responsibilities as chief commercial officer.

Abdulla Al Rwaili, executive vice chairman and managing director, GBI said: "Amr Eid has been nominated by the Board of Directors in recognition of his sounding accomplishments. Amr Eid will focus on leading GBI through its progressive growth plans spearheading the company's transformation and will enforce GBI's positioning as a global multilayer services provider."

Amr Eid brings over 23 years of experience in the technology and telecommunications industries having worked at leadership positions for numerous global multinational companies. He enjoys a solid industry track record of achievements in building new companies, divisions and subsidiaries, creating innovative go to market strategies, having won many recognitions and awards regionally and internationally over the span of his successful career.

Eid holds a Bachelor's Degree in Computer and Telecommunications Engineering in addition to Post Graduate studies in Operations and Finance.

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