HTC expands management team

Staff writer
23 May 2011


Taiwan-based handset maker HTC has appointed Jack Tong as president for North Asia and Lennard Hoornik as president for South Asia.


The appointment of these two newly created regional management positions allows HTC to build a strategic foundation for future growth across the region, the handset maker said in a statement.


Tong will be based in Taiwan and will be responsible for the growth and development of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Vietnam and mainland China.


Over the last six years in his previous role as vice president of HTC Asia, Tong grew HTC from a relatively young brand to one of the region's mobile leaders.


In 2010, his leadership propelled HTC Asia to 200% growth, making it the fastest-growing region for the company and laying the groundwork for the company’s announcement of expanded investment.


Hoornik will be based in Singapore and responsible for Singapore, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippine, Australia and New Zealand.


Hoornik brings a wealth of expertise in the mobile industry where he has held multiple management positions in the Asia-Pacific region.


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