Vice President, Whole Sale & Careers
Saudi Telecom Company

ENGR. SA’AD AHMED DEMYATI was appointed to his current role as V. P. Wholesale BU, Saudi Telecom Company (STC) in 2005. He brings to the Wholesale BU a wealth of more than 25 years of professional work experience in the areas of Telecommunications planning, management and development. Prior to undertaking his current role, he was the Vice President of International Telecom Sector, which he headed from August 2001 to 2005 and whereupon implemented the build-up of a new International Sector Structure. He played an active role in introducing all core and value-added services for International Sector including new International Gateways, IP Nodes, carriers and routes. Under his management, International lines grew to more than 100K circuits. At the time when STC was incorporated in May 1998, Engr. Sa’ad Ahmed Demyati was appointed as General Manager, International Telecom. In 1992 he was the General Manager, Engineering MoPTT. In 1985 he was the Manager (Satellite Division) MoPTT. In 1983 he was the District Assistant Manager for Customer Services – Taif and in 1979 he worked as a Supervisor (Electrical Engineering) Taif Telecom District. Engr. Sa’ad Ahmed Demyati earned a Masters Electrical Engineering Degree in 1993 and Bachelor’s Electrical Engineering Degree in 1978. To keep pace with current trends and developments in this fast changing world of technology and advancements he has successfully attended, and continues to attend, specialized training programs which included, Financial Seminars for Senior Managers - London UK and Belgium, Telecommunication Regulatory Masters Class TRMC Bath UK, Telecommunication Strategy & Marketing Programme INSEAD France, Strategic Decision Making & Critical Thinking USA, Leading Programme UK and others. Engr. Sa’ad Ahmed Demyati is also a Board Member of Arabsat Board, Member of Intelsat Board, Member of Board/Council for Inmarsat and Chairman for one year, Chairman for TGM (Traffic Global Meeting) for Inmarsat, and contribute in many ITU Committees.