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Tuesday, December 24, 2019

OPPO opens regional ops center in Malaysia

12/22/2019 11:45:04 PM

As part of OPPO's global expansion with the APAC Strategy Conference, the global smartphone brand recently opened its fourth regional operations center in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was officiated by the top management of OPPO, including President of OPPO APAC Jimmy Yi; OPPO Vice President and President of Global Sales, Alen Wu; Vice President and OPPO President of Intelligent Mobile Devices Bobee Liu; and each CEO in all of OPPO's local markets.

The opening OPPO's APAC Hub served as a new milestone to the brand's first venture to the global markets; considering how ambitious as it was planned before amidst the huge growth they experienced in the past decade. The smartphone brand opened its first three centers in Gurugram (India), Dubai (UAE), and Düsseldorf (Germany). 

The said venue will function with more flexibility as it leverages global resources from headquarters. This means OPPO – in collaborations with their local partners – will have more room to explore opportunities and provide their users better access to the latest innovation in smartphones as well as granting access to the entire mobile connectivity ecosystem.

And to ensure their continuously objective to meet local market demands, OPPO will attract more talent by continuing its current recruiting efforts to onboard talent with international mindsets. In the future, OPPO aims to increase its team to 55,000 members of which 95% will be local. OPPO plans to recruit talent from various different fields, including manufacturing, software development, internet services, and sales and marketing, to support its expansion efforts in the IoT, mobile internet services, and financial services. 

Author: slickmaster | © 2019 The SlickMaster's Files

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