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Europe, Middle East and Africa

The branch of a multinational corporation that operates in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. EMEA companies have their own officers and operating structures independent of, say, the American or Japanese branches. For example, Multinational Corporation A has one board of directors and set of shareholders, but its EMEA branch has its own CEO, CFO, and so forth.
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Bringing with him more than 25 years of experience in telecommunications across the globe, Fatato will be responsible for setting out Red Hat's vision for the EMEA telecommunications (telecom) market and overseeing the execution of this strategy across sales and marketing.
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Investors finally stop targeting mainly EMEA. We welcome the first signs of investors stopping targeting EMEA in favor of other regions.