Vautier, who has held the position since May 2012, will leave EE at the end of this year to move to Thailand with his family
EE’s director of indirect sales Nathan Vautier is to leave the company at the end of this year.
Vautier joined the operator in May last year after spending eight months as vice president of sales EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) for speaker manufacturer Jawbone.
Prior to joining Jawbone he spent almost three years as UK and Ireland managing director for Sony, having already spent two and a half years as the company’s director of EMEA.
A replacement is yet to be found and will be announced in due course, EE said.
He said: “The past 18 months have been one of the most rewarding and challenging times in my career and I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at EE. The decision to leave has not been an easy one, but family opportunities to re-locate overseas to Thailand, while coming earlier than I would have liked, are too exciting to turn down. I’m immensely proud of what my team has achieved here at EE, and will now focus my attention to helping find a successor to build on this work and lead our indirect business.”
Chief sales officer Marc Allera said: “I can confirm that Nathan will unfortunately be leaving EE at the end of this year. He has a great opportunity to move to Asia with his family and we wish him the best of luck for his future. Under Nathan’s leadership we’ve completed a real step change in our indirect business and made significant progress for which I would personally like to thank him for his considerable contribution to EE. The task now for both Nathan and I is to find a talented individual with the necessary skills to fill the considerable void that he leaves.”