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Paul Fox Appointed as Global Head of Sales and Management Board of Getronics

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CEO Insights Team

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On the 26th of July 2018, Paul Fox the CEO of Getronics UK & International was promoted to Global Head of Sales for Getronics and Pomeroy, (that was recently acquired by Getronics) was appointed to the Getronics’ Management Board with immediate effect. Having joined Getronics in October 2014 as a Global Business Development Director, Fox acquired his CEO position of Getronics UK & International Business Units in August 2017. This claims to be the Chairman and Group CEO Nana Baffour’s, latest appointment of a well proven executive to a key post who continues his mission to make Getronics the world’s most preferred partner for business transformation.

I firmly believe that to grow and to be the best, we must have the best people proposition and be willing to do things differently. Paul not only shares these beliefs but has operated according to them from the day he joined Getronics

“On behalf of the entire team, I am delighted to welcome Paul to the board,” said Nana Baffour, “I firmly believe that to grow and to be the best, we must have the best people proposition and be willing to do things differently. Paul not only shares these beliefs but has operated according to them from the day he joined Getronics,” he further stated.

Getronics is the leading member in the Global Workspace Alliance, a unique model that provides customers with consistent IT services across 110 countries, with one single point of contact and billing entity. The GWA manages 10m workspace assets globally.

As Global Business Development Director, Fox has led Getronics’ global shift to digital solutions, while also managing the UK sales organization in the capacity of CSO. With a personal philosophy of commitment for the long term, he is a proven global business executive noted for his disciplined approach to business development and is the ideal leader for global sales organization and has worked previously for Samsung (6 years) and Lexmark (10 years), progressing through increasingly senior sales positions into major international management roles.

Evidently as the CEO of Getronics UK & International business units, he had managed the overall responsibility for about 40% of the company’s worldwide revenue. Commenting on the occasion Fox said, “My focus at Getronics has been on helping both mid-market and enterprise companies use digital technology to support their business growth objectives. As Getronics’ head of sales for UK & International, my primary focus has been on growth, and I look forward to bringing that experience to bear in my new and expanded role.”