Intel’s Prakash Mallya promoted to wider regional role
By Digital News Asia August 26, 2014
- To oversee all of Intel’s sales and marketing across South-East Asia
- Joined Intel in 2000 as a business development manager in India
INTEL Corp has announced that Prakash Mallya (pic) has been appointed managing director for South-East Asia. He was most recently Intel’s country manager for Malaysia and Singapore.
In this role, he will oversee all of Intel’s sales, marketing and enabling of Intel products across South-East Asia, one of the world’s most dynamic markets for computing products, the company said in a statement.
“With a young population and a rising middle class, South-East Asia is an important growth market for Intel. Prakash has the vision and experience to lead Intel’s growth across this dynamic region,” said Gregory Bryant, vice president and general manager, Intel Asia Pacific and Japan.
Prakash joined Intel in 2000 as a business development manager in India. He is an REC Trichy graduate with a degree in electrical engineering and holds an MBA in marketing management from BIM Trichy.
He and his family will continue to be based in Singapore.
“I am very honoured to have been entrusted with the responsibilities of this position,” Prakash said.
“As the country manager for sales and marketing for both Malaysia and Singapore, I have personally seen how quickly the market has grown and how far we have come in terms of technology, and look forward to leading my team and Intel in the region to greater heights of success.”
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