Chayora names Shining Xiao VP of sales in China




Chayora Limited has appointed Shining Xiao as vice president of sales, China based in Shanghai. 

In her new role, Xiao is now responsible for regional revenue growth, driving and leading sales strategies to deliver large scalable and high-performance data centre platforms.

Specifically, to target customers based in the People’s Republic of China and to the China teams of multinational corporations with the aim to efficiently support them in accelerating digital transformation in China. 

“We are delighted that Shining has joined Chayora to assist us in developing our regional client base and I am confident that her leadership will enable us to strengthen key relationships within China,” said Oliver Jones, co-founder and CEO, Chayora.

“She has exactly the right combination of experience, sector knowledge and contacts that we need to expand our position in the rapidly expanding domestic market.”


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Before joining Chayora, Xiao worked for Equinix and AT&T’s joint venture as senior sales leader generating a strong direct and indirect pipeline for both domestic and export, enabling their global partner programme and leading partner onboarding.

She started her telecoms career with PCCW Global and Symphony Telecom.

“Chayora holds many treasures including excellent leadership, passionate employees, extensive professional expertise and creative strategies which inspire me to embrace my own new challenges,” said Xiao.

“I’m very excited to be joining Chayora’s exceptional team and I look forward to growing with Chayora together with witnessing many exciting times and successes.”

At the start of the year, Chayora named Yali Liu as executive vice president of network & strategy.

Liu is responsible for network connectivity products and solutions, and a member of the Management Board of Chayora.

Abiagil Opiah has the full story here.

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