Customers who are looking for choices and for quality, customers who want a reliable network for their communications, choose OGERO, the leading telecommunications provider in Lebanon. OGERO (Organisme de Gestion et d'Exploitation de l'ex Radio Orient) was established in 1972 to manage and operate the telegraph and submarine telecommunications of Radio Orient (the early 1900's ). It is 100% owned by the government and acts under the supervision of the Minister of Telecommunication. OGERO's role today includes the operations, maintenance, sales, marketing, billing and management of the Ministry of Telecommunication fixed network in Lebanon. OGERO/MoT business is focused on national and international telephone and data services on the fixed network by providing individual and corporate tailor made services.
Mr Imad Kreidieh Ogero's new Chaiman- CEO, Imad Kreidieh, holds a master's degree in monetary economics from Northeastern University (Boston). He has also been a student at Boston University and at Ecole Superieure des Affaires.
Mr Kreidieh acquired particular expertise in the creation, and direction of highly effective strategies for several mobile network operators to facilitate exceptional revenue growth and expansion; introducing the development and implementation of transformational new structures, systems and cultural change initiatives. In his previous role as AWI Group Chief Operating Officer , He manages several subsidiaries in different regional markets consolidating the Group market positioning.
He also held the position of CEO of the Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) in Sudan between April 2006 and November 2008.
In the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, He was appointed financial consultant to several companies in Lebanon and abroad, notably in Saudi Arabia.
Imad Kreidieh combines entrepreneurial outlook and strong commercial skills with clear vision and a passion for achieving objectives; consistently delivering strong team performance.