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PRESS RELEASE:-Friday 21st July 2017– Road Town, The British Virgin Islands: Digicel today announced the promotion of Kevin Gordon to Chief Executive Officer for its operations in the British Virgin Islands effective immediately. In this role, Kevin, a Jamaican national, will have oversight for all areas of business and operational excellence for Digicel BVI.

Already a member of the BVI family, Kevin brings a wealth of experience to his new role having joined the team in 2015 as Head of Business Operations. In just one year, he was promoted to the role of General Manager where he worked with the team to identify and streamline efficiencies across the business to drive market share. Prior to that, Kevin served in several roles in Jamaica – where his journey began with Digicel in 2006.

Kevin commented; “Listening to our customers and putting their feedback into action is very important to us. It’s a big part of our success and something I’m particularly passionate about. So I’m looking forward to continue working with the team to put our customers first and deliver the very best experience and network to them.”

Digicel Caribbean and Central America CEO, Vanessa Slowey, said; “I am so proud to appoint Kevin as the CEO for our BVI operations – especially as he has grown with Digicel over the years. His efficiency, productivity and work ethic will stand him in good stead as he works to ensure our customers always have the best experience with us. I wish him all the very best in his new role.”

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