The operator confirmed Mottram will be leaving the network to take up a role in another company overseas
Vodafone’s enterprise unit director Phil Mottram (pictured) is leaving the network at the end of November after four years to pursue an external opportunity.
Mottram, is in charge of enterprise sales of all Vodafone products to business, will be replaced by Vodafone Ireland’s enterprise business unit head Anne Sheehan.
A statement from Vodafone confirmed Mottram will be leaving the network to take up a role in another company overseas, but Mottram declined to comment on speculation that he is to join a US-based network provider in a global European sales role.
Mottram joined Vodafone four years ago from Hong Kong mobile operator CSL after enjoying stints in senior positions at Telstra, BT and AT&T and Sprint in America.
Sheehan will be taking over at the end of November and has been in the ICT industry for 16 years, including stints at IBM in a number of different senior positions as well as Vodafone as Ireland Enterprise Director.
He is the second top network business sales chief to make the headlines. Two weeks ago O2’s head of business Ben Dowd left that network alongside chief digital officer David Plumb amid similar rumours about moving to rival companies.