Rajeev Sethi takes helm at Ooredoo Myanmar

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Rajeev Sethi named CEO of Ooredoo Myanmar

Rajeev Sethi, CEO, Ooredoo MyanmarQatar-based Ooredoo Group has appointed Rajeev Sethi (pictured) as chief executive officer of Ooredoo Myanmar.

He succeeds Vikram Sinha, who continues to stay on as a member of the company’s board.

Sethi joins Ooredoo Myanmar from Airtel Africa, where he served most recently as chief commercial officer.

He comes with over 24 years of work experience, of which 15 have been in the telecoms industry, holding leadership roles in multinational companies including Grameenphone in Bangladesh, Uninor India, Vodafone India, Hewlett Packard and Hutchison Telecom.

Yee May Leong to head Equinix’s South Asia operation

Equinix, Yee May LeongEquinix has appointed Yee May Leong (pictured) as managing director of South Asia to lead the company’s business strategy in Singapore and Indonesia.

Leong is based in Singapore and reports directly to Samuel Lee, president of Equinix Asia-Pacific.

Leong brings to the table with over 30 years of experience in the ICT sector.

Prior to joining Equinix, Leong served as vice president of the communications sector for IBM in Asia-Pacific, overseeing the company’s strategic business development in ASEAN, Australia, India, Korea and New Zealand.

Prior to that, she has also held senior management positions in leading technology companies including IBM, Lotus, F5 Networks and Orange Business Services.

 

 

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