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Nokia Networks appoints Andrew Cope as head of South Korea

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Seoul, South Korea - December 5, 2014, Seoul, South Korea - Nokia Networks has announced the appointment of Andrew Cope as head of its business in Korea.

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In his previous role, Mr. Cope was head of Sales Development for countries including Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Vietnam categorized as Asia North at Nokia Networks.

Mr. Cope has served Nokia for the last 15 years, holding a number of senior management positions across different areas including sales and marketing, operations, and strategy in the company. In 2008, he was initially engaged in the Korean market to strategically drive the company’s growth in the Asia Pacific region.


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