Handset distributor 20:20 Mobile has restructured its UK and European operations to create four regions, with current UK managing director James Browning taking charge of Central Europe.
20:20 Mobile UK managing director James Browning’s (pictured) role has been extended to cover Central Europe as part of a company restructure.
20:20 Mobile has reorganised the company into four separate regions: UK and Central Europe, the Nordics,Iberia and the Middle East, in a move it claims will help leverage resources and expertise across all operations.
UK managing director Browning (pictured), who joined 20:20 Mobile in 2008, is now managing director for the ‘UK and Central European’ region, which includes the Benulux (Netherlands, Luxemburg, Belgium), Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Italy, Poland and Germany.
Fredrik Rudberg will manage 20:20’s Nordic countries, German Lopez will continue his role managing the Iberia region, and Trevor Price will manage the Middle East covering the United Arab Emirates and Turkey.
20:20 Mobile was unavailable for comment.