Christoph Schell

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Christoph Schell is President of the Americas Region for HP Inc. In this role, Christoph is responsible for the go-to-market strategy and overall financial performance of the Americas business across all products, services and go-to-markets.

Most recently, Christoph was the Executive Vice President at Philips, where he managed the Lighting Business in Growth Markets across Asia Pacific, Africa, Russia, India, Central Asia and the Middle East and was based in Singapore.

Christoph has been with HP for over 17 years and has held a number of senior management roles across all three regions; Senior Vice President and Managing Director HP Americas, Chief Operating Officer HP Asia Pacific and Japan, for Printing and Personal Systems; Vice President of HP Inkjet Printing, Web Services and Consumer Go-to-Market Americas and Country Manager Printing South Pacific. Christoph has rich leadership experience managing multiple product lines at the regional and country level.

Christoph started his career in his family’s consumer electronics distribution company and also worked in brand management for a major skin care product at Procter & Gamble based in Frankfurt, Germany.

He holds Bachelor’s degrees from Ecole De Commerce De Reims in France and ESB Reutlingen in Germany. He is fluent in German, English and French.

He is based in Palo Alto, Calif.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Christoph Schell and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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