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Motorola global marketing chief exits January 28, 2009

Posted by aikservices in Job Cuts, Mobile, Motorola, Telecom, UK, Wireless.
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Motorola corporate vice president for marketing, Jeremy Dale, will become the latest executive to leave the struggling manufacturer at the end of this month.It is thought that Dale will pursue a career in the UK, but is not known if he has a job to go to. His current reports will report to senior vice president and business general manager for Greater China, Bruce Brda, until a possible replacement is found. Dale, a former Orange marketing executive, joined Motorola in 2005 and took the top marketing job in March 2007. A year later, he was promoted following Casey Keller’s resignation, after Keller’s job was absorbed by two executives: Dale, and Eduardo Conrado.

Dale was formerly VP of retail marketing at Motorola Mobile Devices and was involved in promoting Motorola’s three-year advertising and retail collaboration with David Beckham, and promoted the Motorola Red products, part of a campaign to fight AIDS in Africa. Earlier this month, Motorola announced that it is cutting a further 3,000 jobs in addition to the 4,000 it announced last year.

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