SINGAPORE – May 3, 2012: Lenovo today announced the appointment of Jessie Quek as Country General Manager, Lenovo Singapore. Reporting directly to Koh Kong Meng, General Manager & Executive Director, Lenovo ASEAN; she will be responsible for driving sales and growth for the Relationship, Small-Medium Business (SMB) and Consumer segments.
Her portfolio includes driving and managing relationships with key corporate clients; managing distribution for Consumer and SMB channels; and overall sales and marketing, for the brand and products in Singapore.
Jessie has held General Management, Business Development and Sales & Marketing positions with country and regional responsibilities at HP, Microsoft and most recently, Razer. With 20 years of experience in the IT industry, she has amassed rich experience in developing and establishing go-to-market strategies with both traditional channels as well as digital & emerging channels for various customer segments.
Jessie is a graduate from the University of London with a Bachelor of Science in Economics.
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