Huawei appoints David He president of Huawei Enterprise US

Huawei has appointed David He as the new president of Huawei Enterprise US. In this role, Mr. He will be based in the company’s U.S. headquarters in Plano, TX, and oversee the Enterprise Business Group’s American operations.

As president of Huawei Enterprise US, Mr. He will direct and oversee the sales, partners, marketing, and service activities for Huawei’s enterprise business accounts in the United States, and coordinate sales and marketing campaigns with Huawei headquarters in China, while developing and maintaining key relationships with U.S.-based clients and business partners, said the company in a statement.

Since joining Huawei in 1998, Mr. He has served in a variety of executive roles at the company. Prior to this appointment, he served as president of Marketing and Solution Sales for Huawei’s Enterprise Business Group. Before that, Mr. He was the president of Huawei Enterprise’s Global Solutions Sales, director of Technical Sales in China and Asia Pacific, and supervised the company’s global IP network solution sales.

Mr. He has two bachelor’s degrees in Thermal Engineering and Computer Science, and a master’s degree in Thermal Engineering from Shanghai Jiaotong University.

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