Antti Laurila joins Broadcast Solutions as Director, Broadcast Solutions Products

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    Antti Laurila has joined Broadcast Solutions GmbH as Director-Broadcast Solutions Products. This new business division by the company has been created to strengthen the sale and rental of innovative products in defined areas or as worldwide distributor. Laurila will be responsible for all matters within the newly established division and will report directly to CEO, Stefan Breder.

    For more than 12 years, Laurila has worked for Nokia Networks in various management and technical expert positions, gaining a deep understanding of mobile networks and applications, pushing standardization processes as well as leading international teams. In his latest position as CEO of Finnish system integration company, Qualitron, he was also head of the company’s subsidiaries in Russia, Kazakhstan and Georgia. During this time he successfully led sales negotiations with customers, governmental organizations and ensured profitability of the Qualitron company.

    In his new position Antti Laurila will be responsible for the newly established division Broadcast Products. The goal is to increase the market share of the existing products within the Broadcast Solutions products portfolio. The future goal is of course to boost the division with new products to be integrated and which fit in the overall strategy of Broadcast Solutions to even more establish the company as a full-service Broadcast solutions provider.

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