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EMEA

Abbreviation for:
European Medicines Evaluation Agency (now European Medicines Agency—EMA)
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As economies increasingly shift toward mobile transactions, particularly in EMEA, we need to be aware of criminals who seek to exploit new vulnerabilities and encourage companies to share best practices and knowledge when fighting cybercrime.
As regional president, Langley will lead the overall strategy and execution for the EMEA region, and he will have regional responsibility for the CIB business in EMEA.
"I look forward to leading our team as we build out this business across EMEA," said Baghdadi.
Additionally, Intel, Accenture, Hashicorp, Ecritel, Altran, Micropole and Linkbynet are among the initial participants in the EMEA Ecosystem Partner Programme.
On his appointment, Oren Yehudai, Senior Channel Sales Director, Equinix EMEA said: "I am thrilled to be joining Equinix to further develop and grow the Channel Partner Programme across EMEA.
At RCI, he held several key positions in the EMEA region including as Managing Director of RCI Greece and RCI South Africa.
EMEA and adjusted our country quotas for distributors accordingly.
By introducing the latest technology and manufacturing methods, we successfully increased productivity, as we prepared for what we believed would be a fast recovery in the construction equipment market in EMEA.
Red Hat has named Massimo Fatato vice president of its telecommunications business in EMEA. Effective immediately, Fatato will lead strategic development and program execution to support Red Hat's expansion in the telecommunications market in EMEA.
Best is pleased to announce the appointment of Greg Carter as Managing Director, Analytics, for its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) markets.
The ratings agency says new high yield bond issuance in the EMEA region as a whole rose 55 per cent to $141 billion last year from $91 billion in 2012.