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New VP of Operations for GBI

Mohamed Abdel Bassit appointed as vice president for cloud and services provider

New VP of Operations for GBI
Mohamed Abdel Bassit will take on the role of VP of Operations for GBI.

Carrier network operator GBI has announced the appointment of Mohamed Abdel Bassit as its Vice President for Operations.

GBI, a global cloud and managed services provider, said that Bassit would help the company build on its core business and drive growth.

Amr Eid, Acting CEO and CCO of GBI, said: "Mohamed's appointment comes after GBI's successful transition into a global service provider. His proven industry track record and operational leadership will build on our core business plans."

Abdel Bassit said: "I am enthusiastic about joining such an innovative company that has established new business models and evolved into a global cloud and managed services player within a short span of time. I look forward to becoming a part of GBI's future growth."

Prior to the appointment in GBI, Abdel Bassit held the position of managing director for Middle East and North Africa at Belgacom International Carrier Services (BICS) where he guided a multinational team with the combination of a business administration acumen and an innovative skillset. He was instrumental in establishing long-term goals that brought sustainable results, growth and achievements.

Abdel Bassit has 19 years of experience in the ICT industry spanning sales, business operation and product development, outsourcing and establishing partnerships. He holds a master's degree in marketing and brings a mix of hands-on experience and business knowledge.

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