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StayPrime Global Appoints Keith Wilkes

Story published at 14:14, Friday, August 28th, 2015


Keith Wilkes

Keith Wilkes

StayPrime Global announces the addition of Keith Wilkes to its management team with immediate effect, in the post of Regional Director for Asia.

Hugh Bishop, CEO of StayPrime Global stated: “We are delighted to welcome Keith into the StayPrime Global management team.  He will be taking responsibility for our growth in the very important Asian market, working with our resellers and clients throughout the Region. Although initially based at our Dubai HQ, Keith will be travelling around the Region in the coming months and eventually will set up a base in the Region for the company.”

Keith studied at Manchester University in the UK to achieve a BA Hons in Business Management and in 2005 he became the Middle East Regional Sales Representative for Callaway Golf based in Dubai. He then joined Nakheel Retailcorp as a Category Manager for Football and Golf in 2008 and was there for two years before Dubai’s largest and most prestigious golf clubs (Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club) took him as their Retail Sales Manager in 2010.

Keith said:  “I am delighted to be joining StayPrime Global team.  The opportunity for StayPrime in Asia is significant and I am really excited to be part of the plan to develop this region.”

StayPrime, the Dubai-based independent provider of GPS vehicle management solutions for the golf and leisure industry, are currently experiencing healthy growth, as golf course owners and operators are looking to maximise the returns from their fleet of golf carts and provide the very best service to their members and visitors. In recent months, installations have been completed not only in Azerbaijan, but also in Denmark, Turkey, Kuwait, Bahrain, Morocco and Oman, as well as in the traditional golfing markets of the USA, Canada, Spain and the United Kingdom.

StayPrime www.stayprime.com

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