Seagate Appoints New Managing Director of Sales & Marketing for Asia

Seagate (NASDAQ: STX) today announced that it has appointed Rex Dong as the Managing Director of the sales and marketing organisation for Asia, excluding China and Japan. Dong will assume responsibility for sales, marketing and business development for Asia, in addition to his existing responsibilities as the Country Manager of Taiwan, Seagate Technology.
“We are pleased to announce Rex’s new appointment,” said BanSeng Teh, Senior Vice President of Global Sales, Seagate Technology. “His excellent leadership skills will enable him to organise and manage diverse teams across multiple countries to build a more successful business for Seagate in Asia. Moreover, Rex has exceptional experience in working with the OEM customers and business partners. Rex also has acute business acumen and the ability to identify new business opportunities. We are confident that with Rex at the helm, he will take Seagate’s business in Asia to a higher level.”
Dong was the former OEM manager for Seagate in Taiwan from 1992 to 2000, and he joined Seagate as the Country Manager of Taiwan, responsible for sales, marketing and the overall leadership of the Taiwan office in 2008.
Prior to this, Dong was the General Manager of Portwell, President and Senior Vice President of Ennoconn Corporation, an embedded solutions provider owned by Foxconn Technology. In addition to that, he held various management, sales and marketing positions at Mitac and Wiso Electronic in Taiwan.
Dong majored in Electronic Engineering at the Tamkang University, Taiwan and graduated from the eMBA of National Chengchi University, Taiwan.
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