Huawei Telecommunications India appoints David Li as CEO

David Li is replacing Jay Chen who has been promoted to handle Asia-Pacific level business role

David Li joined Huawei in 2002 and has experienced working in the Indian market in roles like vice president sales and vice president HR during different phases of his career. Photo: Twitter

Huawei Telecommunications India on Tuesday (April 21) said it has appointed David Li as its Chief Executive Officer.

He is replacing Jay Chen who has been promoted to handle Asia-Pacific level business role. “I am very excited to be given the opportunity to lead Huawei Telecommunications in India. As a global ICT solutions provider, we are committed to the strategic development of India’s ICT industry and will continue to work with the Government, customers and ecosystem partners to bring future technological innovations,” Li said in a statement.

Li joined Huawei in 2002 and has experienced working in the Indian market in roles like vice president sales and vice president HR during different phases of his career. He was serving as CEO of Huawei Cambodia before returning to India to take on his new role.

“In his new role, David will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of Huawei Telecommunications India’s strategy, directions and operations in the country, ensuring its commitment as a strategic and reliable ICT(information and communications technology) partner in accelerating the digital visions of India,” the statement said.

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