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Sony Mobile Appoints Dennis Van Schie As Corporate VP, Head Of Sales & Marketing

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Sony Mobile Communications, a subsidiary of Tokyo-based Sony Corp. (SNE: Quote), said it appointed Dennis van Schie as Corporate Vice President, Head of Sales and Marketing. He would be reporting to President and CEO Kunimasa Suzuki. Dennis van Schie will be based in London, UK.

van Schie has more than 10 years of experience working for Sony Mobile, most recently as Corporate Vice President, Head of Product Business Unit. He was responsible for product planning, development and management of the Xperia smartphone portfolio.

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