Huawei appoints new ME Channel VP

He will be responsible for driving the Middle East’s Channel sales operations
Hany Hussein is the Middle East’s Channel vice president of Huawei Enterprise business group.
Hany Hussein is the Middle East’s Channel vice president of Huawei Enterprise business group.

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Huawei has appointed Hany Hussein as the Middle East’s Channel vice president of its Enterprise business group.

Based out of Dubai, Hussein will be responsible for driving the Middle East’s Channel sales operations. Working closely with Huawei’s senior management team, Hussein will lead on building the Huawei Middle East Channel ecosystem to be the main driver for all segments and across all verticals. In addition, Hussein will look to strengthen Huawei’s channel partner network, develop its Partner Incentive and Certificate Program and ultimately help to grow Huawei’s presence in the Middle East.

Terry He, president of Huawei Enterprise Middle East said: “We are delighted to welcome Hany to our team. We believe that his wealth of industry experience will be a valuable asset to us as we look to develop our channel partner network and expand our solutions offering in the Middle East.”

Commenting on his recent appointment Hussein said: “I am honored to join Huawei and be part of the company’s growing success in the Middle East. I look forward to working with the team to build on Huawei’s presence in the Channel, adding new strategic members to our network and empowering them."

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