Power 50 2022: Our first ten nominees revealed!

Mobile Industry Awards 2022 Power 50 50-41
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After months of research and deliberation we are delighted to confirm the first ten members of the 2022 Power 50

Part of the Mobile Industry Awards 2022, the Power 50 highlights the most important and influential figures in the UK mobile industry during the past year. 

TechRadar Pro will be revealing ten nominees each week as we count down to the reveal of our 2022 Person of the Year at the Mobile Industry Awards on Thursday September 22.

Congratulations to:

41. Brendan Arndt, Device Portfolio Director, Three

42. Paul Crossman, CEO, Genuine Solutions

43. Nastasi Karaiskos, UK leader, Rakuten Symphony

44. Terry O'Brien, Wholesale CEO, Digital Wholesale Solutions

45. Martin Flick, CEO, Onecom

46. Miles Norman, General Manager UK & Ireland, Lenovo

47. Dave McGinn, CEO, Daisy Communications

48. Craig Smith, MD, Mazuma Mobile

49. Peter Carnall, Managing Director, Eurostar Global Distribution

50. Francis Wong, CEO, Realme Europe

  • To find out more about these high calibre executives, and the rest of the Power 50 list, click here 

The winner is selected following in-depth interviews with key senior figures across the industry, from operators and retailers to manufacturers and distributors.

It rewards those individuals who inspire their businesses with their values, but also have influence beyond existing roles, serving as an inspiration to the rest of the trade.

To make the Power 50 list, an executive needs to be bold in their leadership and vision, and have exceeded expectations in the different categories we have chosen.

Previous winners of the Power 50 Person of the Year: 

  • 2021: Marc Allera, CEO, EE and BT Consumer
  • 2020: Nick Jeffery, CEO, Vodafone
  • 2019: Marc Allera, CEO, EE and BT Consumer
  • 2018: Marc Allera, CEO, EE and BT Consumer
  • 2017: David Dyson, CEO Three UK
  • 2016: Sebastian James, Group CEO, Dixons Carphone
  • 2015: Sebastian James, Group CEO, Dixons Carphone
  • 2014: Andrew Harrison, CEO, Carphone Warehouse
  • 2013: Olaf Swantee, CEO, EE
  • 2012: Simon Stanford, VP of UK & Ireland telecommunications and networks division, Samsung UK
  • 2011: Guy Laurence, CEO, Vodafone UK
  • 2010: Tom Alexander, CEO, Everything Everywhere
  • 2009: Andrew Harrison, CEO, Carphone Warehouse
  • 2008: Kevin Russell, CEO, Three UK