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Stanley Security appoints Gboyega Obafemi as Managing Director GB

Posted 2 December 2020 · Add Comment

UK security provider, Stanley Security, has appointed Gboyega Obafemi, known as Femi, as General Manager-Managing Director for Great Britain, responsible for accelerating UK growth and driving Stanley Security’s XaaS product strategy.

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Femi (above) has an impressive career to date with leading multi-national names, such as Philips, Siemens, GE, Toshiba-Carrier and Watts Water Technologies in UK, Europe and Japan, bringing with him significant commercial and operational experience. Femi joins Stanley Security from Johnson Controls – Hitachi where he held the role of Managing Director UK & Ireland, delivering continuous improvement and world class customer service in both B2B and B2C.
Femi may be new to the security industry but his skills are readily transferable; his extensive business management experience includes marketing, sales and supply chain in commercial and industrial manufacturing and distribution. He has a passion for leading and transforming businesses, driving change and building relationships, be that internally, with suppliers or with customers, whom he always places at the core of his business strategy.
Commenting on his new appointment, Femi Said: “It’s a great honour to have been appointed as Managing Director for Stanley Security across Great Britain, especially at such an exciting time for the company. 2020 has been a year of change for many; in the security sector this has materialised in the accelerated adoption of cloud-hosted solutions and remote services. Stanley Security is well placed to build on this development, enabling us to provide organisations with safer, healthier and more efficient sites and processes.
Femi has a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and an MBA in Business Administration and is a Chartered Engineer.

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