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New CEO at Digicel Barbados

Telecoms provider Digicel has welcomed the former CEO of Digicel St Kitts & Nevis,  Johnny Ingle, as the new man to lead its Barbados operations.

Ingle succeeds Mark Linehan after a two-year stint in Basseterre.

“Here in Barbados, Digicel has a very talented and dedicated team and it is my intention to build on all the great work done over the past ten years.

“My focus is on delivering the best service, the best value and the best network experience that the people of Barbados deserve and I promise there will be some very exciting things coming from Digicel very soon,” Ingle said.


Johnny Ingle is the new CEO of Digicel Barbados

According to a statement from the telecoms giant, Ingle has a background in Media, Public Relations and Communications consultancy. He also worked in the British, US and Middle Eastern markets for over 20 years before joining the Digicel Group Operations team in the Caribbean in 2008 as Marketing Manager.

He has since held several positions including Commercial Director at Digicel Haiti, and later for the North Eastern Caribbean. He also served as acting CEO at Digicel Dominica from July 1, 2012 before taking up the post of CEO Digicel St Kitts & Nevis nine months later.

Source: PR

3 Responses to New CEO at Digicel Barbados

  1. Allyson Benn
    Allyson Benn October 3, 2015 at 6:31 pm

    I don’t really care.

    Do they have vacancies for us normal ppl?

  2. Frank Fowler
    Frank Fowler October 4, 2015 at 2:11 am

    These companies come from wherever and usually only think one race can run anything, and that’s what you see in the picture. The locals companies aren’t any better either.

  3. seagul October 4, 2015 at 3:45 am

    Little bombaclat England


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