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Industry veteran Wei Shi moves to head up Telecoms.com Intelligence

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Former analyst Wei Shi, who previously worked at Nokia and Strategy Analytics, has moved to Telecoms.com to head up the Intelligence team.

Telecoms.com Intelligence is the market insight and analysis arm of the site, dedicated to working in collaboration with partners to produce in-depth content such as surveys, white papers, executive interviews and webinars. A typical example of Telecoms.com Intelligence is the Annual Industry Survey.

Shi has close to two decades’ experience in the ICT industries in Asia and Europe, both on the corporate side and on the professional service side. During a long career at Nokia he worked in the strategic intelligence team, culminating as Lead Analyst and Head of Account Management. Shi then moved to analyst firm Strategy Analytics where he worked on the wireless media team.

“I’m delighted to welcome Wei to the team,” said Telecoms.com Editor Scott Bicheno. “He joins at a really exciting time for both us and the industry and I know from having worked with him at SA that he’s not only a great professional but a top bloke too. I’m really looking forward to seeing the great content that will result from Wei working with our partners.”

As the telecoms industry prepares itself for the 5G/IoT era there is a greater appetite than ever for market intelligence and guidance. Telecoms.com Intelligence positions itself as the first line of attack for telecoms companies looking to generate insight, thought leadership and leads. With Wei Shi on board that division is well positioned to take that activity to the next level.

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