Gordon Graylish is vice president of Intel Europe, Middle East and Africa
and deputy general manager for the region. Graylish's expertise includes the
areas of technological development, the disruptive impact of technology and
the affect these have on corporate strategies and society.
Graylish joined Intel's Canadian operation in 1982 and held a variety of sales and marketing positions there until 1994 when he transferred to Intel's headquarters in Santa Clara. There he held a number of marketing management roles within Intel's geography marketing organization and then in its business marketing unit.
In 1998 he became director of Intel Architecture marketing for EMEA based in the United Kingdom. Graylish was responsible for developing and executing strategic marketing plans as Intel moved into many new markets and product areas. From 2002 to 2004 he was responsible for Intel's communications business, driving the sales and marketing of communications silicon products and solutions to wireless handset, network infrastructure and embedded computing customers. In 2004 he transitioned to directing Intel's marketing and technical resources in EMEA before moving to his current role.
Prior to Intel, Graylish held a number of positions in systems sales and marketing for Burroughs and IBM. He has a bachelor's degree in Eastern European history from the University of Toronto.