Flow confirms acting MD in local top job

| 20/12/2016 | 2 Comments
CNS Business

Victor Salgado, MD Flow Cayman Islands

(CNS): Victor Salgado, who has been acting as the boss for Flow’s Cayman operations since May, has been formerly appointed as the local managing director for the firm. Salgado joined Cable & Wireless in 2013 but the firm said that he has more than twenty years of leadership experience in the telecoms industry, having worked around the region for Ericsson and Digicel before joining LIME, which was later re-branded as Flow.

After C&W’s merger with Columbus in April last year he became SVP of Technology with responsibility for network development and operations.

In a release to the press, C&W officials said that Salgado was responsible for the implementation and operation of mobile, broadband, TV and fixed telephony networks in the consumer markets for the C&W Group, including Panama, Trinidad, Bahamas and the Flow markets, and led the roll out of the 4G LTE mobile network in the Cayman Islands.

John Reid, CEO of C&W Communications, said Salgado had been acting in two significant portfolios for the company.

“We are delighted that he will now be able to singularly focus his significant leadership skills and experience on our Cayman market to continue to grow the business, and ensure that we continue to lead the market in meeting the demands of customers,” the regional boss added.

Tags: ,

Category: Local Business, Telecommunications

Comments (2)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wonder if this means better service. Since C and W become Lime things got worse here on the Brac but since Lime became Flow it's gotten even worse.

    Like (0)
    Dislike (0)
    Lol (0)
    Troll (0)
  2. 4G Rollout Team & partners Kadtron says:

    Congrats Victor on your appointment it is well earned!

    Like (3)
    Dislike (1)
    Lol (0)
    Troll (0)

Please include your email address in the form below if you are using your real name. You can use a pseudonym, with or without leaving an email address, or just leave the form blank to be "Anonymous". All comments will be moderated before they are published. The CNS Comment Policy is at the top of this page.

%d bloggers like this: