Luis Martinez-Amago is the Deputy CEO of Technicolor, and the President and General Manager of the Connected Home Division. Before joining Technicolor in 2015, he carried out several roles at Alcatel-Lucent, his most recent position being the CEO of Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell in China. Martinez-Amago is originally from Spain but has lived on three continents during his career.
Luis Martinez-Amago is Deputy CEO of Technicolor, and President and General Manager of the Connected Home Division. He joined Technicolor in October 2015.
The Connected Home Division is the leader in the Customer Premises Equipment market. It has activity in all continents delivering Service Providers the solutions for their residential business (Video, IoT, and Broadband). The Connected Home headquarters is in Norcross, Georgia (USA).
Martinez-Amago joined Technicolor from Alcatel-Lucent, where he carried out multiple roles and responsibilities during the last 30 years. Most recently, he was the CEO of Alcatel-Lucent Shanghai Bell in China. Before this, he spent several years as President of Europe, CIS, the Middle East, and the African region. Prior to that, he held the responsibility of several worldwide business divisions as its President, from Fixed Broadband Networks Division to Applications Business Divisions, to Wireless Transmission Division of the company.
Martinez-Amago is originally from Barcelona and has lived throughout his career in the following cities: Madrid, Paris, London, Vienna, Antwerp, Shanghai, and Atlanta. He holds a technical degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of La Salle, Barcelona, and a PDD in General Management from IESE Business School.
March 13 | 11.30AM CT
COVID-19 has exposed various bottlenecks in the global trading system. Our panelists will explore the reasons for this crisis and share how policymakers are ensuring creative people and the businesses they depend on can once again have faith in the global trading system.
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