Vodafone Ghana has appointed Angela Mensah-Poku as the Head of Vodafone Business Solutions, the company’s specialist unit that caters for SME's, corporate organizations and Global Enterprise.

She succeeds Lucy Quist who is now the CEO of Airtel Ghana.  Prior to her appointment, Angela, was the Head of Corporate Sales and Vodafone Global Enterprise West Africa, a portfolio which included managing large multinational customers. 

Madam Mensah-Poku joined Vodafone Ghana in 2009 from British Telecom, UK, and has since taken on many challenging roles. As Head of Fixed services, Angela turned around Vodafone Ghana’s largest Unit to ensure efficiency transformed network optimisation in high value areas.

She also created and launched the Vodafone Global Enterprise channel during her tenure as Head of Sales in 2012, growing multinational accounts to include several high profile companies.

Under her leadership as Head of Corporate Sales and Vodafone Global Enterprise West Africa, Angela grew revenue and added further mobile customers to the base.

Angela’s experience includes business-to-business strategy, sales and new business development and strategic business planning. In her new role she hopes to empower more SMEs to grow and increase efficiency by providing them with innovative products and world class service.

She holds an MSc in Information System and Economics and a BSc in Politics and Law from Brunel University, UK. She is also an alumna of the London Business School.

Congratulating her on the appointment, the CEO of Vodafone Ghana, Haris Broumidis, said, “Since joining Vodafone, Angela has repeatedly demonstrated her capability to drive business transformation and growth through the various roles she has held. Her experiences will be invaluable as we embark on creating an improved customer experience for everybody on our network including Corporate and SMEs.”