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Tech giant Huawei appoints new CEO to oversee Saudi operations

Huawei is 'partner of choice; for telecom carriers in Saudi Arabia, with contracts signed with Saudi Telecom Company (STC) and Zain KSA

Tech giant Huawei appoints new CEO to oversee Saudi operations

Huawei has appointed a new CEO to oversee its operations in Saudi Arabia.

Terry He, previously President of Huawei Middle East Enterprise Business Group, has been  appointed as CEO for Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia effective immediately.

Based in in Riyadh, Terry He will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of Huawei’s Saudi operations.

The Chinese tech giant has become the ‘partner of choice; for telecom carriers in Saudi Arabia for 5G network development, with contracts signed with Saudi Telecom Company (STC) and Zain KSA.

In his work with the Enterprise Business Group, Terry He oversaw the development of the group across the region, where 13 telecom firms in the Middle East have signed 5G contracts with Huawei.

Terry He has worked in the Middle East region for more than ten years, working across multiple Huawei offices in the region including a stint as managing director of Huawei in Kuwait.

“Terry He brings a wealth of industry knowledge and experience from his time in the region,” said Charles Yang, president of Huawei Middle East. “He has already played a key role in many of Huawei’s regional milestones, and we wish him continued success in his new position in Saudi Arabia as Huawei remains committed to serving its customers and contributing to our digital society.”

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