Veiko Sepp joins Levira as Executive Vice President of Sales and Member of the Board

03.02.2020

Levira welcomes its new Executive Vice President of Sales and Member of the Board Veiko Sepp, whose previous work experience includes management of Ericsson’s Baltic organisations as well as mentoring and business consultancy for startups.

“During his long career, Veiko Sepp has initiated and implemented numerous successful projects, including the launch of 2G, 3G and 4G networks and the development of mobile internet services. His wealth of experience is of great value to Levira and its clients, given his wide expertise of the present-day and future of the ICT sector as well as the back-end of the telecom business. Veiko’s recruitment is well in line with Levira’s business strategy and contributes to the company’s growth and expansion to new markets,” said Tiit Tammiste, CEO and Chairman of the Board.

“I am happy to join Levira during the times of new initiatives and product development that seek to meet the rapidly changing needs of clients,” said Veiko Sepp. “I am excited to work with Levira’s team and clients, and hope to apply my skills and experience for the company’s success.”

Before joining Levira, Sepp worked 22 years for technology company Ericsson, where he managed its Baltic subsidiaries and, for four years, developed new business with North-East Asian transport, energy and media companies.

Levira

Levira is a digital services provider and technology partner to companies whose business depends on technologies and who wish to involve a professional service provider that can offer the necessary solutions. Levira produces TV content, helps media services providers design TV channels and ensures that programmes are on the air 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Levira is the main TV and radio network operator in Estonia, and owns one of the largest data centres in Estonia.

Levira’s customers are international and regional IT companies and media service providers.

Levira’s shareholders are the Republic of Estonia (51%) and the French telecom and broadcasting company TDF Group (49%).