DMSL has announced the retirement of its long-standing Director of Sales, Paul Gibson, who has taken the decision to retire from the industry to focus on his own personal ventures and pursuits.
In a career spanning more than three decades, Paul Gibson has become a well-known figure in the comms and printer market channels. Over the last 13 years he has been pivotal in establishing DMSL as a distributor and aggregator of broadband and associated services, and Cloud Telephones as a key player in the growing IP voice sector. Before joining DMSL, Paul spent had an illustrious 15-year period in the print sector, working at Oki Printing Solutions, Kyocera Mita and Brother International.
John Carter, Managing Director of DMSL, said: “The industry is losing one of its most outstanding and distinctive characters. I want to thank Paul, personally and professionally, for the tremendous effort and enormous contribution he has made to both DMSL and Cloud Telephones. He leaves us in great shape and ready to move onto the next phase of development. It has been a pleasure to know him and to work with him. We are genuinely sorry to see him go, but wish him a long, fruitful and happy retirement. He has earned it, that’s for sure.”
Paul now plans to pursue some of his own business ideas and spend more time nurturing his passion for scootering and classic Lambrettas. “It’s been a long and exciting journey over the past 30 years. At times, it has been challenging but it has also been tremendously rewarding and a lot of fun. I have met and worked with some great people over the years and I’d like to thank everyone who has supported and backed me during my time in the industry. I will miss it, but it’s time to move on. I wish DMSL and Cloud Telephones every success in the future.”
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