Elenoa Biukoto appointed as new CEO of Vodafone Fiji

Elenoa Biukoto appointed as new CEO of Vodafone Fiji

By Abigail Sorovi
Monday 10/07/2023
Elenoa Biukoto is the new CEO of Vodafone Fiji [Left] Pradeep Lal has been appointed as the new CEO of Vodafone PNG [Right]

Elenoa Biukoto is the new CEO of Vodafone Fiji as Pradeep Lal has been appointed as the new CEO of Vodafone PNG.

Vodafone Fiji Chairperson Jo Taoi says Lal will continue to serve as Regional CEO for Pacific operations and CEO of Vodafone PNG.

He says Lal has been a loyal and dedicated servant of Vodafone Fiji and his industry knowledge, expertise, business acumen and passion for results have created substantial shareholder value and returns in the form of dividends to the ATH Group, FNPF and its members for a number of years.

Taoi says Biukoto will lead Vodafone Fiji's future strategic direction, seeking new areas of growth and innovation for the business whilst delivering exceptional value to its customers.

He says the appointment further reflects Vodafone's commitment to diversity, inclusion and women empowerment as an equal opportunity employer.

Biukoto says she is most honoured and humbled by the trust and faith placed in her by the Board to lead the prestigious organisation.

She says it comes with immense responsibility given the daily impact Vodafone Fiji has on the lives of every Fijian in one way or the other.

Biukoto adds she is committed to ensuring that the organization is led with humility and in the interests of the organization and its stakeholders, including our valued customers.

Vodafone Fiji Board has thanked Lal for his dedicated services to Vodafone Fiji over the years and is confident he will deliver the same passion and outstanding results for Vodafone PNG and its shareholders.

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