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Alejandro Magaña

Currently, Alejandro Magaña is the VP of International Relations and Value Added services of Productivity. He advises Daniel Hajj in a number of areas. Alejandro has over 13 years experience within the company. Alejandros’s previous roles at Telcel included sales and commercial strategies for the mass market.

He has a deep knowledge of how the company operates in several areas including marketing, distribution, prepaid market, commission structures, among others. His current role is to develop and implement high impact strategies over four divisions; Broadband, Applications, Machine to Machine, and Mobile Commerce. As you can see, Alejandro’s responsibilities lie close to Telcel’s and America Movil’s global strategies for the next generation and data-focused market penetration services. Alejandro serves as the liaison to different entities critical to America Movil’s future strategies, such as the Mexican Central Bank with regards to Mobile Banking and Mobile Commerce. Alejandro Magaña earned his degree in Business Administration from La Salle University and holds a Master in Economics and Business at the Anahuac University.

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