Digicel Group appoints new Regional General Manager
April 5, 2024

Digicel Group appoints new Regional General Manager

Digicel Group has announced the appointment of Meredith Sharples as a new Regional General Manager, effective March 1, 2024. In this role, he will have full responsibility for Digicel Grenada, along with oversight for Digicel Dominica and Digicel St. Vincent and the Grenadines, a release from the telecommunications company states.

Bringing over 20 years of extensive experience in the telecommunications industry, Meredith joins Digicel from Cambridge Management Consulting, where he served as a managing partner leading the Telecoms practice. During his tenure, he spearheaded strategic change initiatives,infrastructure builds, as well as mergers and acquisition programmes for clients globally.

Prior to his role at Cambridge Management Consulting, Meredith held key leadership positions within the Vodafone Group, where he played a pivotal role in launching the company’s first triple-play offering and significantly growing the fixed network business. Notably, as managing director of Post Office Telecoms in the United Kingdom, Meredith achieved remarkable revenue growth, surpassing £150 million, through a customer-centric approach and successful business restructuring.

Cluster CEO West Indies Region for Digicel Group, Roeland Van De Hoeven said, “We are truly pleased to welcome Meredith to the team. With his experience, we anticipate great things for Grenada, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and Dominica.”

Meredith expressed his enthusiasm at joining the Digicel team and relocating with his family to Grenada. He looks forward to leveraging his expertise to drive growth and innovation across the region.

About Digicel

Enabling customers to live, work, play and flourish in a connected world, Digicel’s world class LTE and fibre networks deliver state-of-the-art mobile, home and business solutions.

Serving 10 million consumer and business customers in 25 markets in the Caribbean and Central America, its investments of over US$5 billion and a commitment to its communities through its Digicel Foundations in Haiti, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago have contributed to positive outcomes for over 2 million people to date.

With the Better-Connected ethos at the heart of everything, its 5,000 employees worldwide work together to make that a powerful reality for customers, communities and countries day in, day out.

Digicel also delivers news, sports broadcasting, digital media and financial services in several of its markets.

Visit www.digicelgroup.com for more.