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Lenovo names new GM for Hong Kong and Macau

Lenovo names new GM for Hong Kong and Macau

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Lenovo has appointed Serena Cheung (pictured) as general manager for Hong Kong and Macau, effective immediately. She succeeds Fan Ho, who will be taking up the role of general manager of Lenovo Asia Pacific Solutions and Services Group.

Within her new role, Cheung will help deliver cutting-edge technology solutions to customers in Hong Kong and Macau. This strategic appointment represents a significant milestone as Lenovo seeks to expand its presence in these dynamic markets across various industry sectors. 

Cheung rejoins Lenovo with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. Her deep understanding of Lenovo's vision and strong track record in driving growth across customers and partners makes her the ideal leader to steer Lenovo's devices, solutions, and services businesses in Hong Kong and Macau, according to the release. 

Prior to her new role, Cheung was the public sector group lead at Microsoft Hong Kong. Before that, she was the company's lead for one commercial partner and small, medium and corporate customers. During the time at Microsoft, she was tasked at managing the company's relationships with government entities and clients from the education and healthcare sectors.

She also led initiatives to nurture Microsoft Hong Kong's cross-border partner and start-up ecosystem, expanding its footprint across diverse industries, including retail, property development, finance, and healthcare.

MARKETING-INTERACTIVE has reached out to Lenovo for more information. 

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Recently, Lenovo Hong Kong established a cooperation plan with information technology company Expert AI Enabling (EAI). The partnership includes co-marketing with EAI of a series of AI laboratory equipment and related courses, which will be sold to primary and secondary schools through Lenovo Hong Kong.

EAI will lead the research and development of related laboratory equipment, course design and provision of training. Meanwhile, Lenovo Hong Kong will advise sales strategies, provide marketing support and align sales channels, and offer relevant technical equipment used for experiments and courses such as AI edge computing devices and servers.

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