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Comcast names Jeff Buzzelli as SVP of Comcast Business - Central Division

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MUMBAI: Comcast has appointed Jeff Buzzelli as senior vice president of Comcast Business for the company's Central Division, headquartered in Atlanta.

In this role, Buzzelli will be directly responsible for developing, facilitating and implementing strategies aimed at growing Comcast Business across 17 states from Michigan to Florida. 

As a seasoned executive with two decades of experience in the telecommunications industry, Buzzelli was most recently senior vice president of Comcast Business for the company's Northeast Division, where he led a team that delivered revenue growth of more than 25 per cent the past three years and led to growth of 500,000+ data customers.

Prior to that, Buzzelli spent four years as vice president of Business Services for Comcast's Greater Chicago Region, where he nearly tripled revenue while also expanding the company's mid-market and enterprise presence. While there, he led the acquisition and integration of CIMCO Communications into the Chicago market, allowing the company to grow and compete more effectively. Buzzelli was twice recognized with the company's prestigious President's Club Award, and he and his team played an integral role in helping the Greater Chicago Region achieve "System of the Year" status in the company's internal recognition program.

“I am thrilled to have Jeff back in Central Division, and I know our customers will be, too. He's a proven leader and a motivator and someone ideally suited to take an already successful organization to the next level and deliver truly outstanding results for our customers,” said Comcast's Central Division president Bill Connors.

Prior to his work at Comcast, Buzzelli held key leadership positions within sales, marketing and operations at AT&T, GTE/Verizon and Level 3 Communications and, before that, led several leading national and regional organizations focused on serving commercial customers. 

“I’m very excited about this new role and look forward to helping clients across Comcast's Central Division find the right technology solutions to achieve their business goals. Our success as a company depends on them, and we are committed to providing every customer with the very best products and services coupled with personalized, dedicated support when they need it,” added Buzzelli.

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