/Asus appoints Leon Yu as new Regional Head for India, South Asia

Asus appoints Leon Yu as new Regional Head for India, South Asia

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Taiwanese tech major Asus today appointed Leon Yu as the Regional Head for India and South Asia. Leon joined Asus India from Asus Middle East to assume the responsibility from Peter Chang, who has now moved to Asus headquarters in Taiwan, and heads the Market Development Center for APAC.

In his new role, Leon will be responsible for building Asus’ brand and business in the South Asia region which includes India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal, with a focus towards building client relationships, growing business volumes and sales of Asus branded products and services.

Asus believes that Leon’s in-depth knowledge and experience of the brand, marketing and distribution will bring a new dynamic to the local business particularly in such a highly competitive environment, the company said in a statement.

Commenting on the appointment, Leon Yu said, “I am very pleased to join Asus India and look forward to building on the momentum and growth that Peter and his team have created here. I’ve already begun engaging with our team across India and am eager to continue to build the incredible reputation Asus has earned in India across product range starting from smartphones, laptops and the ROG series.”

“India is a truly a unique market and we are fortunate to have some great relationships and foundations upon which to build further as we work towards fulfilling the vision of Asus India,” Leon added

Leon started his career with Asus about 15 years back when he was an integral part of the leadership in Asus headquarters, Taiwan. He has been instrumental in building and growing businesses for driving sales and market share for different markets.

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