February 2, 2023
Ingrid Gonnissen has been appointed as the new CEO of Ricoh Belgium and Luxembourg.
Gonnissen will take up the role at the beginning of February, replacing Stephen Palmer who returns to his full-time position as CEO for Ricoh’s Eastern Europe operations.
Gonnissen joins Ricoh with significant experience in board and C-level positions with multinational technology companies. The company described here as “a respected and passionate champion of women in business”. Gonnissen will remain active on various boards outside of Ricoh with a special focus on diversity and inclusion being a topic close to her heart.
Gonnissen’s honours include being named ICT Lady of the Year by Data News and receiving the lifetime achievement award from the IT Executive Circle.
Gonnissen said: “I am proud to work for a company that has a clear vision, long term strategy and, above all, has succeeded in diversifying its activities alongside its core business to become a digital services company. Moreover, Ricoh is as people-oriented as I am. Internal and external relationships are of crucial importance to me. With this philosophy in common my Ricoh story can only be a good one!”
Phil Keoghan, CEO, Northern Europe Region, Ricoh, added: “Ingrid brings a wealth of experience to Ricoh in the context of both digital services, IT, IoT and print. She has led significant business transformations and driven impressive growth in the digital services space. I am delighted to welcome Ingrid to Ricoh and look forward to our customers benefiting from her extensive digital transformation expertise.”
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