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Ooredoo Oman recently announced the appointment of new C-level executives to key positions within the organization. The telco named its new Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) and new Chief People Officer (CPO).

CCO Quique Vivas

In a move to maximize organizational growth and market presence in Oman, Ooredoo welcomes Quique Vivas as its newly appointed Chief Commercial Officer (CCO). As one of the latest members of the telco’s C-suite, the new CCO will oversee all commercial operations and aim to ensure that Ooredoo’s commercial strategy and objectives stay aligned with its business strategy.

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With a career that has revolved around spearheading the commercial direction of companies such as Vodafone, United Group and BCG, Vivas brings a diverse wealth of expertise to his new role at Ooredoo. He is a strategic thinker with robust leadership skills and a proven ability to drive positive change in an organization.

Vivas has previously overseen teams across various functional areas, including marketing, digital, sales, product development and customer relationship management at organizations in different countries, from Spain, Germany and the UK to Greece and the Czech Republic.

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CPO Khawla Al Amri

Khawla Al Amri is a forward-thinking CPO that will oversee Ooredoo’s human capital, the backbone of the telco’s long-term sustainable success. Al Amri will play a strategic role in successfully managing Ooredoo’s highly engaged team and their skills while onboarding, developing, and retaining talent that drives Ooredoo’s innovation and its customer-centric approach.

With over 20 years of experience in human resources (HR), strong analytical and business acumen, robust people skills, and an exceptional eye for talent, Al Amri brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Ooredoo. In 2023, the World Women Leadership Congress honoured her for her skills in the area of HR management.

Prior to joining Ooredoo, she held leadership positions at renowned companies, including be’ah, Oman Environmental Services Holding Company, Omantel, and Oman Drydock.

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