Official : Stephen Taylor is the new CMO of HMD Global

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After Pekka Rantala now HMD Global has officially announced that Stephen Taylor is the new CMO (Chief Marketing Officer) of the company. Previously he was on the same position at PayPal (Sep 2016 – Mar 2020) & Samsung Europe (Feb 2012 – Jul 2016). Here are some highlights from official press release :

HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones, today announces the appointment of Stephen Taylor as Chief Marketing Officer.

Stephen brings with him almost 30 years’ experience in sales and marketing across some of the world’s best-known brands including PayPal and Samsung. At HMD Global, Stephen will be responsible for the overall marketing strategy and execution for the entire portfolio of Nokia phones and will report into Florian Seiche, Chief Executive Officer.

Stephen Taylor, new Chief Marketing Officer at HMD Global said :

“I am honoured, humbled and thrilled to be joining HMD Global, the home of Nokia phones. During such unprecedented times for us all, I feel incredibly lucky to be surrounded by such a dedicated and passionate team and have already witnessed great collaboration in the face of uncertainty. I can’t wait to continue the exciting journey Nokia phones are on as we aim to make them the world’s most loved mobile devices.”

Florian Seiche, Chief Executive Officer at HMD Global said :

As we continue to focus on digital-first marketing strategies, it’s crucial we attract and retain talent with an appreciation for future-proofing our business. I believe Stephen’s wealth of experience, leadership skills and collaborative approach will help us to not only deliver more impactful campaigns, but to also broaden our community and impact on social media.

We wish a great journey to new CMO of HMD Global for the better future of Nokia phones.

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