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Miles Flint

Miles Flint (born in July 1953) is the former President of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB since June 2004. Before this role, he was the President of European Marketing at Sony Europe. He was responsible for the marketing activities of Sony's electronics business in Europe. Miles was also the Managing Director of Sony United Kingdom Limited. It was the holding company that includes all of Sony’s electronics operations in the British Isles.[1]

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications announced on 4 September 2007 that Miles Flint has decided to step down from his position as President of Sony Ericsson. Effective 1 November Hideki ‘Dick’ Komiyama, currently Chairman of the Board of Sony Electronics Inc., USA, and EVP Electronics Marketing and Sales Strategies of Sony Corporation, Japan, will succeed Miles Flint, who will remain as Executive Advisor to Dick Komiyama until the end of December 2007. Dick Komiyama will be based at Sony Ericsson’s offices in London.[2][3]



Miles Flint first worked for Sony in January 1991 as managing director of Sony Broadcast & Communications UK. After a couple of years, Flint was promoted to president of Sony Broadcast & Professional Europe in January 1998.[4][5]

Miles Flint and his team were in charge of the marketing and support of products and services to Sony’s Professional Solutions and Customers business division in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. After three years, he was given a position to the board of Sony Europe and then became the managing director of Sony UK Limited.[6]

Flint was promoted to president of Sony Business Europe in July 2002. He also took charge of two more Sony businesses: Recording Media & Energy and Semiconductor & Electronic Solutions. In November 2003 he was given the position of President of European Marketing at Sony Europe.[6]

Before the long career stint at Sony, Flint held various marketing and product development positions in the IT and Telecommunications sector, first at ICL and then at STC after the acquisition of ICL.[7]

Miles Flint announced on 4 September 2007 that he would step down as president of Sony Ericsson to pursue new personal and business opportunities. His departure was expected for 1 November 2007.[8]

He will be the new chairman of the Skype.[9]


Miles Flint graduated from the University of London and has an MBA from Cranfield University, UK. He also studied at Nanjing University, China.


Miles lives in London (UK) with his wife and two children. He enjoys photography and sailing.


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  2. ^ "Skype chairman is ex-Sony Ericsson boss - Global Telecoms Business". Retrieved 8 March 2017.
  3. ^ Joseph Galante, (Bloomberg) "Skype Names Former Sony Ericsson Mobile President as Chairman"
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  5. ^ "John Blau, "Sony Ericsson president Miles Flint resigns"". Retrieved 8 March 2017.
  6. ^ a b "Miles Flint, appointed President, Ericsson Inc". Retrieved 8 March 2017.
  7. ^ Archived 2010-01-03 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ "Government Pledges To Close Over-65 Digital Divide - Silicon UK". 14 January 2010. Retrieved 8 March 2017.
  9. ^ skype_appoints.html