PMP Appoints Telecom Executive Ken Campbell as Partner of the TMT (Technologies – Media – Telecommunications) Strategy Practice
London – PMP, the international strategy firm focused on the TMT sector, has appointed industry executive Ken Campbell to be a Partner in the UK and Canadian offices.
Ken has more than twenty-five years of experience in the telecom industry. He has served in CEO and senior executive roles with operators in North America, North Africa and Europe. He is also the Founder of Mobile Klinik, Canada’s largest smartphone repair network (acquired by Telus in 2020).
Mr. Campbell is currently the Chair of TeraGo, the Canadian B2B operator, a Board member of mobile technology company, Upstream Systems and a Board member of South African open-access fibre operator, Octotel.
Mr. Campbell has held significant leadership roles at various operators, including Managing Director of INWI (Morocco), CEO of Ooredoo (Tunisia), founding CEO of WIND Mobile (Canada) and CEO of Bite Group (Lithuania and Latvia). He has also held senior executive roles with Vodafone (Romania) and Orange (Egypt).
Mr. Campbell began his career with A.T. Kearney in Washington, DC. He holds an MBA from London Business School in London, UK and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours Economics) from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
In his role at PMP, Ken advises telecom infrastructure funds and private equity investors on sell-side and buy-side transactions in Europe, Africa and North America. He also advises telecom operators and service providers on key strategic and operational issues.
“I am proud to join the PMP partnership as it expands internationally. The firm has grown significantly and stands ready to serve a broadening mix of clients across multiple sectors. The strength of the team, our entrepreneurial spirit, our TMT pedigree and our ability to put strategy into practice positions us well with clients,” said Ken.
“PMP is proud to have Ken Campbell join our firm. He brings a wealth of experience and insight as a telecom executive across multiple markets. His ability to build and transform businesses will serve PMP and our clients well,” said Gilles Vaqué, President and Managing Partner of PMP.
Founded in 2003 and led by a partnership of 16 partners, PMP (http://www.pmpstrategy.com) is a fully independent strategy, development and transformation consulting firm. The firm works primarily with senior management, to whom it offers a service that combines depth in strategic thinking and advice with a strong capacity to deliver flawless execution. PMP, with its five offices in France, Benelux, UK, Canada and the Africa Middle East region, has teams specialising in four major sectors in which PMP’s ambition is to be the benchmark player and in which dedicated teams assist managers and shareholders with their most important issues: Technologies/Media/Telecommunications, Transport/Mobility/Tourism, Energy and Banking/Insurance. More than four years ago, the company also created a Data Lab, Lab32, and recruited a team of Data Scientists to strengthen its expertise and exploit the potential of Big Data. With its international development, PMP is positioned as a reference in the field of General Management support thanks to a methodology that combines expertise and co-creation and thanks to teams where diversity, permanent questioning and an entrepreneurial spirit are the key words.