People on the Move: BT Asia Pacific, Intec, Global Crossing, MMA

Staff Writer
12 Dec 2008


Michael Boustridge to lead BT Asia Pacific

BT has appointed its Americas head Michael Boustridge to lead BT's Asia Pacific operations in 16 countries with over 4,000 direct staff. He succeeds Allen Ma who is retiring on 5 January 2009, after four years leading BT Asia Pacific.

Boustridge joined BT in April 2007 and is currently CEO of BT Americas, where he leads all BT activities and operations in the USA and Canada.



Intec appoints VP customer services

Andrew Meyler has taken a new role of VP of customer services at Intec to support the company's 400 plus customers, develop, implement and co-ordinate all customer service programs on a global basis. Before joining Intec, Meyler was VP of customer support at Orchestria Ltd.



Global Crossing hires VP

Global Crossing has appointed Ricky Chau as vice president of carrier services and general manager for Asia. Based in Hong Kong, he will lead the company's carrier services and global partnership program. Before joining Global Crossing, Chau has held various management roles in sales, marketing, business development and product management with Cable & Wireless, Equant, Asia Global Crossing and New World Telecom.


Orange Business Services appoints ASEAN head

Orange Business Services has named Charles Kennaway general manager for ASEAN. Kennaway takes on the new role after two years as CFO for the Asia Pacific region.  



CTI's Ricky Wong to head ATV

Ricky Wong, the co-founder and chairman of City Telecom, has been appointed CEO of the city's perennial second-placed TV network, ATV. Wong will continue to serve as the chairman and executive director at City Telecom. Linus Cheung, CEO of Hong Kong Telecom before it was acquired by PCCW, has been appointed as ATV chairman.


Ex-Microsoft exec heads MMA Apac region

The Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) has recruited ex-Microsoft Online Services executive Rohit Dadwal as managing director of its Asia Pacific branch, where he will lead MMA operations in a soon-to-be established office in Singapore.



Sicap hires Malaysia MD

Device management solution supplier Sicap has appointed Angus Ng as managing director of its Malaysian entity in Kuala Lumpur.













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