Google reshuffles Southeast Asia leadership


Google has reshuffled its leadership in Southeast Asia, appointing Stephanie Davis (pictured left), former country director, Google Singapore, to the role of managing director, sales and operations for Southeast Asia. In this role, she will be responsible for Google’s sales and operations across the region.

She also held positions such as country director for Google in New Zealand, as well as managing industry director for travel for Google in the US. Taking over her role as country director, Google Singapore is Ben King (pictured centre) who was previously the country director for Google Thailand, running sales and business development operations there. He has also worked with various Google businesses across South and Southeast Asia including Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

Meanwhile, Jackie Wang (pictured right) will be replacing King as country manager, Google Thailand. Most recently, she was Google’s industry head in Thailand after working as a brand manager for key products like Nest Thermostat and Nest Cam in the United States. Wang joined Google Thailand’s sales team in 2014, transferring from McCann Worldgroup.

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