Carphone snaps up Schama from Dixons Retail

Written by: Paul Withers
Carphone snaps up Schama from Dixons Retail

Former Fonehouse commercial director takes responsibility of maintaining and developing relationships with the retailer’s mobile operator partners 

Carphone Warehouse has appointed former Dixons Retail commercial consultant and Fonehouse commercial director Daniel Schama as senior commercial manager for networks.

Schama is charged with overseeing the relationships the mobile retailer has with its operator partners, which consist of EE, Orange, T-Mobile, O2 and Vodafone.

He joins from Dixons Retail, where he was commercial consultant for just over a year. There, he primarily managed the group’s trading relationship in mobile phones and accessories with Phones 4u.

Prior to joining Dixons Retail, he spent four years at fellow mobile retailer Fonehouse, where he was commercial manager for 18 months before being promoted to commercial director in June 2010.

Schama, pictured, was unavailable for comment as Mobile News went to press.

2 Responses to “Carphone snaps up Schama from Dixons Retail”

  1. Prince 2 says:

    Really?

  2. Prince says:

    Great Guy, amazing commercial acumen.

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