‘Try not to spend 15 years doing the same job’
The career possibilities offered by looking towards Asia while doing a business or technology degree are immense, according to Vincent Kennedy of Motorola Solutions
Vincent Kennedy is vice-president and general manager at Motorola Solutions in Ireland and Britain, a position he has held for just under four years. Motorola Solutions owns and operates the emergency services network in Ireland and Britain, which is used by more than 350,000 frontline staff. Kennedy is responsible for about 700 Motorola employees across both markets, which together generate annual revenues of about €500 million.
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