Turk Telekom International welcomes new leader

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Albert Kis was appointed chief marketing officer of Turk Telekom International (TTI), having taken effect on May 1, according to a press release issued today.

Prior to assuming this role, Kis served as CTO of TTI and was with the company for several years. He possesses not only superior technical skills but also a deep understanding of the wholesale business, the press statement said. 

The company expects the professional to bring “great value” to the company with his “leadership and wide perspective” on the international wholesale telco industry.

As part of this reorganization, Albert will lead TTI’s Market Development, Business Development, Marketing Communications, Strategy and Product Marketing, Pricing and Service Procurement teams.

“By this organizational transformation, TTI will have an exceptional visionary leader with big ideas and outstanding strategic management skills. We are delighted to have him in the lead marketing role for Turk Telekom International,” said Cengiz Oztelcan, CEO of TTI.

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