Sunday, April 19, 2009

NSN Appoints Bosco Novak as CMO

Nokia Siemens Networks has appointed Bosco Novak to the position of chief of market operations. Novak, currently head of human resources, will remain a member of the company's executive board. Prior to leading human resources, Novak was senior vice president for the Services business unit within Nokia's Networks business. He has also held a number of customer-focused leadership roles both with Nokia, which he joined in 2000, and Ericsson, where he worked from 1991-1999.

Christoph Caselitz, who has been the company's chief of market operations (CMO) since the start of operations on 1 April 2007, will take on a new role supporting global customer relationships and related CMO strategy. Novak will be succeeded as head of human resources by Hans-Jürgen Bill, head of the company's west south Europe region. Bill currently leads the activities of Nokia Siemens Networks in 30 European countries and has worked with many of the world's largest global operators. He has held this position since the start of Nokia Siemens Networks and has built a strong team and organization. Prior to the start of Nokia Siemens Networks, Hans-Jürgen held a range of diverse roles at Siemens, including leading both operations and the Asia Pacific region for its mobile networks business. Bill will join Nokia Siemens Networks' executive board.

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