Nokia UK exec is set to part ways with the company at the end of the month

Nokia UK exec is set to part ways with the company at the end of the month
Nokia seems to be having a difficult time of late retaining its well known employees – well, it could be that or they're simply making drastic changes to management in order to better adapt to the growing competition. The latest person to announce their departure with the Finnish company is Nokia UK and Ireland general manager Mark Loughran. Now it doesn't appear as though he's being pushed out of the company as it's being reported that he is voluntarily leaving his position to pursue a new role as president of Pace Enterprise – a division of STB provider Pace.

In a statement he said, “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Nokia and making the decision to leave such a great company has not been easy. I’m immensely proud of what we’ve achieved since I joined in 2007 and I leave behind an amazing group of highly talented and dedicated people. I personally feel very fortunate to have led Nokia UK and I wish Sami and all the team the very best for the future.  Nokia is well-positioned for success in the years ahead and leave Nokia UK and Ireland in great shape for the second half of 2010 with Nokia N8 and C7 hitting the streets over the next few weeks and the ongoing rollout of Ovi services and apps.”

via SlashGear

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