Juliet Nsubuga Unveiled as MTN’s New General Manager for Wholesale and Carrier Services


Juliet Nsubuga, MTN Uganda's General Manager for Wholesale and Carrier Services
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MTN Uganda has Tuesday named Juliet K. Nsubuga as the telco’s new General Manager Wholesale and Carrier Services.

In her new role, Nsubuga will be managing MTN Uganda’s telecom to telecom partnerships that enable MTN customers to have a great service experience when out of the country through roaming and locally when they call to other networks; as well as managing infrastructure services to other telecom providers.

“Her obligation is to ensure that the infrastructure is right, the service is great, and channels of delivery are robust to serve the customers directly or indirectly,” MTN Uganda said in a statement.

She brings to the position over 20 years of sales and marketing experience. Nsubuga is an associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM-UK), holds a Master’s degree in Economic Policy and Planning and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Makerere University.

Sixteen years since she joined MTN Uganda, she has grown through the ranks to become one of the four women that make up the top line leadership of Uganda’s leading telecom company and the country’s biggest taxpayer.

Her previous roles at MTN Uganda include Senior Manager Sales Operations, Senior Manager Business Sales and Manager Government Sales. 

She was part of the team that initiated and delivered the successful electronic airtime distribution platform.

“This project seamlessly ushered in electronic airtime distribution when the Government issued the directive to the industry”.

Nsubuga started her career in Sales and Marketing in different management and executive positions in the Petroleum, Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), and Telecommunication industries for Global and Multinational organizations prior to joining MTN Uganda.

Throughout her career, she consistently generated additional footfall and revenue for every company she has worked for, leaving behind a commendable legacy.

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