Since April 1, 2017, President of the Management Board of T-Mobile Polska S.A.
Andreas Maierhofer is a senior telecom chief executive with experience in wireless and fixed technology and broad knowledge of the telecommunications industry, in areas such as launching, operating and integrating telecoms in different countries.
Andreas was a CEO of Makedonski Telekom in Macedonia from February 2014 until the end of April 2017. During that time he was responsible for the merger of Makedonski Telekom and T-Mobile Macedonia and the implementation of the transformation program, completed by unified mobile and fixed services under one T brand. From 2007 until 2013, he worked for Mobiltel in Bulgaria, starting as a Chief Marketing Officer and later (from 2009) he took the position of Chief Executive Officer. Under his leadership, Mobiltel acquired and integrated alternative fix line operators and positioned itself as a complete converged telecom operator on the Bulgarian market. Along with the introduction of the new brand, acquiring a new identity was a logical step for the company. From 2011 to 2012, he was a President of the Supervisory Board at M-Networks. From 2004 to 2007 he worked at Si.mobil Slovenia, in the position of Chief Operating Officer from 2004 to 2006 and in the position of Chief Executive Officer from 2006 to 2007. Once he left Si.mobil, he held a mandate of the Supervisory Board of Si.mobile for one year.
During his successful career in management of more than 20 years, he also worked as Customer Service Director, Head of Billing and Collection Department, supporting and supervising green field operations abroad, as well as a project owner and manager responsible for many projects in different areas and countries.
Besides his professional leadership, Mr. Maierhofer has been engaged into different international business associations and obtained diverse honors and awards, such as Manager of the Year in Bulgaria 2010, best Foreign Manager in Slovenia for 2005 and 2006 and Honorary sign of the President of the Republic of Bulgaria for his outstanding contribution to the development of the Bulgarian economy.