Local e-payments provider GlobalCollect has appointed Miles Flint as chairman to its Supervisory Board. From 2004 to 2007, Flint was president of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications (SEMC), where he was responsible for all aspects of SEMC’s global operations serving consumers and operators alike. Prior to that, he held various senior positions at Sony for 13 years, lastly as president of consumer marketing for Sony Europe. Jan Manten, CEO of GlobalCollect, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Flint to the Supervisory Board. His industry acumen and wealth of experience gained from working in global markets will prove invaluable in helping shape and realize our future expansion plans and growth strategy. He has an impressive track record and a reputation as a visionary and instigator of successful business developments worldwide and we look forward to working with him.”
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