HMD’s Nokia phones have a limited presence in the US – a few mid-range to entry-level phones – but LinkedIn postings reveal that the company wants to hire a new team to help it grow.
It needs an e-commerce lead to deal with HMD’s online distribution partners like Amazon and Best Buy. It needs a product lead, too, to talk to carriers and decide on a roadmap, anticipating trends in the market. And it needs a technical account manager to handle customer requirements (both consumers and operators).
The US market can be a tough nut to crack for phone companies and carriers have more influence than in most other countries. HMD has done a fine job of regrowing the Nokia brand around the world, but it's yet to make a huge impact in a carrier-driven market such as the US.
Would love to have another Nokia. My last two were great. Too bad MS got involved.
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