Previously worked at Telstra, Vodafone and IBM
Orange Business Services has appointed Nick Lambert as its senior vice president in Asia Pacific (APAC).
Stationed in the Singapore office, Lambert will be responsible for setting the strategic direction of the business and spearheading growth across all market segments, including key markets, China, India, Australasia, Japan, Hong Kong, ASEAN and Korea.
Lambert comes with an in-depth understanding of telecoms, infrastructure and cloud services in Asia, having held several senior executive positions at ServiceNow, Telstra, Vodafone/Cable & Wireless and IBM.
Hélène Auriol Potier, executive VP international at Orange Business Services said Lambert has an “excellent record of high sales growth”, profitability and customer satisfaction and strongly believes in “together works better.”
“[Lambert’s] deep knowledge of B2B as well as his expertise in telecom and new services will be key to enabling our team to perform and support our customers in their transformation,” she said.
Born in New Zealand, Lambert has worked in Asia for more than 15 years, including three years in Shanghai.
He was “thrilled” to be part of Orange Business Services and lead teams in the region.
“The pace of development and digitization in this region has been exemplary, and the appetite for innovation is so exciting,” he said. “I am looking forward to joining a dynamic team and collaborating with them to achieve great success.”
Lambert has lived in Singapore for 12 years and enjoys “the great mix of cultures and vibrancy that makes the country unique”.