Skype Estonia to Get New CEO ({{commentsTotal}})

Andrus Järg Source: Courtesy of Skype

Skype Technologies OÜ, the Estonian branch of the international brand, will have a new face in charge from September 4.

Current director Tiit Paananen will make way for Andrus Järg, the company said in a press release today.

Järg has been with the company since 2006, leading various projects and holding management positions in research and development departments.

Sten Tamkivi, who led the company between 2005 and 2012 also left Skype Estonia recently after spending 12 months on hiatus studying at Stanford University.

Skype employs over 400 people in the country.

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