New EMEA Managing Director encourages focus on key markets
Tait Radio Communications is delighted to announce the strategic appointment of Hans van der Linde as Managing Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), based in Huntingdon UK.
Hans has extensive experience and a proven track record in the general management of high tech, innovative and service-driven multinational organisations.
His most recent role was as Co-Managing Director for an Austrian telecommunications software company. Has has also developed extensive experience in solutions marketing from his time with Philips.
A graduate of Newport University (Utrecht, The Netherlands), Hans has built broad experience throughout his career within international companies, covering product management, marketing, sales and general management.
"Tait has made some great progress in markets such as public safety, utilities and transport," says Hans. "My mission is to help the team leverage this progress and extend the kind of Tait services which add value to customers."
Hans adds: "I am very excited about Tait, its strategic ambitions within the public safety, utilities and transport markets and, equally important, the people who work with the company. I look forward to meeting channel partners and end-user organisations throughout the region and discovering how we can make this great company even more successful."
Hans will also be a member of the global Senior Management Team at Tait, adding a new perspective and additional global experience.
Frank Owen, Managing Director of Tait Radio Communications, said, "I am delighted to welcome Hans to the Tait team. His substantial leadership experience across Europe in the provision of telecommunications services is strongly aligned with Tait's vision to provide best in class radio communications solutions closely adapted to our customers' needs."
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Tait Radio Communications is a global leader in designing and delivering radio solutions which are the right fit for a variety of industries including; public safety agencies, government services, utilities and urban transport providers.