UPDATED ON: Thursday, November 30, 2000
Executive Vice President and President, Consumer Solutions
From The Globe and Mail
Darren Entwistle, President and CEO of TELUS Corporation, is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Delaloye as Executive Vice President and President, Consumer Solutions. In his position, Dan will be responsible for maximizing market share in Western Canada by providing innovative and integrated Internet Protocol (IP), voice and wireless solutions to consumers.
At TELUS, Dan most recently served as Vice President, International and Carrier Services, where he led the Wholesale Business through a significant period of growth and change. He joined TELUS in 1993 and has held several executive positions including leading the Alberta Consumer Markets division. Prior to joining TELUS, Dan was with Xerox Corporation where he held senior roles in sales, marketing, operations and human resources.
Dan is active in the community supporting the United Way, Junior Achievement and the arts. He has degrees in business and education from the University of Manitoba, and is a graduate of the Executive Telecommunications Program at the University of Southern California.
TELUS Corporation (TSE: T, TA; NYSE: TU) is one of Canada's leading telecommunications companies providing a full range of communications products and services that connect Canadians to the world. The company reported $5.9 billion in revenues in 1999 and is the leading service provider in Western Canada. TELUS also provides voice, data, Internet, advertising and wireless services to Central and Eastern Canada. With the purchase of QuébecTel and national digital wireless company Clearnet Communications Inc., TELUS is rapidly strengthening its position as a leading national service provider.