Huawei appoints Baker Zhou as chief executive officer for Malaysia
By Digital News Asia January 18, 2018
- Brings over 18 years of experience in the industry with him
- Has been with Huawei since 1999
HUAWEI has appointed Baker Zhou (pic) as the new chief executive officer for Malaysia. With over 18 years of experience in ICT industry, Zhou will oversee the strategic growth, operations and overall development of Huawei Technologies in Malaysia.
“I will lead the team to continue creating value for customers, while forming and building stronger relations with our local partners" said Zhou outlining his vision for the future of Huawei Malaysia.
"As a global enabler of ICT innovation, we look forward to driving sustainable growth and development in the country. I look forward to working with the Malaysian government and local partners to build a better-connected Malaysia."
Zhou joined Huawei in 1999 as an account manager. Prior to his current role, Zhou has held several senior positions within the company, including vice president of Huawei Indonesia, CEO of the Huawei Bangladesh, vice president of Southeast Asia Carrier Business Group and human resource director of Southeast Asia Region.
Graduating in 1997, Zhou is an alumnus of Zhejiang University of Technology where he attained his bachelor degree in Industrial Automation Technology.
Since entering the Malaysia market in 2001, Huawei has grown from a handful of employees to more than 2,500 people, serving about 80% of the population in Malaysia.
Working with local telco partners, Huawei has built up high speed broadband, 3G and 4G mobile network in the country.
As an enabler of digital transformation, Huawei is providing cutting-edge ICT solutions for various local vertical industries, such as energy, transportation, as well as smart city initiatives.