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Saudi Arabia-based technology and consumer electronics retailer eXtra has named Abdulhameed Abdulaziz Al Ohali as CEO. The appointment follows the resignation of previous CEO Karim Al Dahabi for personal reason. Al Dahabi will continue to act as a strategic adviser for the retailer. Al Ohali said: " eXtra is proceeding with strategic plans for the development and improvement of its customer service and to provide the best in technology products.”
“Apart from the opening of new branches to cover a larger geographic area in the Kingdom, the company will continue to strengthen partnerships with major technology companies around the world, providing the latest technology to the Saudi market," he added.
With more than 28 years’ experience, Al Ohali is a prominent Saudi business leader. He has spent over 24 years contributing in senior roles at a number of major trading groups and prominent companies in Saudi Arabia.
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