Home Industry Technology Huawei appoints Jiawei Liu as new UAE CEO Liu will oversee Huawei’s carrier, enterprise, and consumer segments by David Ndichu September 30, 2020 Huawei has appointed Jiawei Liu as the new UAE CEO. Liu will be responsible for strategy and operations, in addition to providing consultancy and support to customers, the company said. As country CEO, Liu will oversee Huawei’s UAE operations across carrier, enterprise, and consumer segments. In his previous role, Liu served as CEO of Huawei Uganda. He has previously held the position of CEO in Mauritius and Malawi, before which he worked in South Africa, Mozambique, and China. “It is a privilege to have the opportunity to head operations in a market as exciting as the UAE. Known for its progressive approach to technology and innovation adoption, the UAE offers significant opportunity for Huawei technologies, particularly in terms of our 5G, AI, and cloud-based solutions. Enabling digital transformation throughout the emirates by empowering our customers with cutting-edge technology will be my priority,” Liu said. Read: Huawei appoints new Middle East head for cloud and AI business Liu replaces immediate former UAE country manager Li Shi who has been appointed as the new regional president for the Cloud and AI Business Group, also based out of Dubai. “With Liu’s impeccable track record and undeniable leadership expertise, we are confident of his ability to further harness Huawei’s technology capabilities to build the UAE’s ICT ecosystem and support the country’s digitisation efforts. We look forward to working with Liu to support the UAE’s ambitious digital targets,” Charles Yang, president of Huawei Middle East said. Tags executive appointments huawei 0 Comments Share Tweet Share Share You might also like Huawei to invest $15m in Middle East cloud programme Game-changers: Top 10 tech executives across MENA Charging the future How can ICT solution providers help organisations successfully realise digital transformation?