Jeremy Bevan

Vice President

EMEAR Marketing

Jeremy Bevan is Vice President of Cisco’s Marketing organization in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia (EMEAR), a region covering 121 countries. With a keen interest in the use of technology to empower people to connect and collaborate together, Jeremy and his team are focused on driving marketing programs that differentiate Cisco in the marketplace, as well as driving sales and profitable growth for its partners.

Prior to joining Cisco, Jeremy was Vice President of Marketing for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region at TANDBERG which was acquired by Cisco in April 2010.

With 25 years of experience in the information technology industry, Jeremy has held a number of senior roles within Novell, Cambridge Technology Partners and Hewlett Packard, giving him a breadth and depth of operational and customer facing experience.

Jeremy has a Bachelor of Science honours degree, majoring Physics, from Southampton University.


July 14, 2015


Content Marketing is just another ‘buzzword’!

Buzzwords.  There seems to be a new one every year that people fall over themselves trying to get into conversations.  Companies pounce on the new word, like a tiger capturing its prey, and set-up ‘Tiger Teams’ to determine how they can embrace the changes afoot that the said word will bring about. And, let’s not […]

June 16, 2015


We don’t need ‘The Rock’ to save the day, we just need to ‘Get Social’!

Mobile applications and sensors are commonly used to monitor traffic, health & wellness and incidents such as road traffic accidents.  But what about the threat of catastrophic disasters such as earthquakes where the loss of life can be unprecedented? The sun drenched, Californian city of Pasadena is known for hosting the annual Rose Bowl Football […]

I want to start a mindfulness revolution. Are you with me?

You’re sitting at your desk reading your emails and you read one, just one email that makes your blood boil.  It could be from your boss giving you an unrealistic deadline, or from a colleague dropping a large piece of work on you (that they should have completed) before they go on vacation. Your natural […]