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New Head For Telecom Wholesale

New Head For Telecom Wholesale

Telecom today announced the appointment of Matt Crockett as the General Manager of Telecom Wholesale.

Matt will move from his current position as General Manager of Telecom’s Wired Division.

“Matt’s mandate is to drive Telecom Wholesale in the new direction signalled by our announcement this week of operational separation,” said Mark Ratcliffe, the Telecom executive in charge of network and information technology and wholesale.

“I know that he and all the wholesale team are excited about embracing the new approach. I can’t think of anyone better placed than Matt to ensure Telecom Wholesale picks up the challenge of the new environment and runs with it.”

Mark Ratcliffe said the current General Manager of Wholesale, Tim Lusk, was retiring.

“Tim has turned around the whole focus of the team. He’s created a team that is very well positioned for its big growth phase in the new environment.”

Before joining Telecom, Matt was an Associate Principal at the global management consulting firm McKinsey and Company.

He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University where he completed a Master of Philosophy in Management.

Matt takes up his new position on 4 July.

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