TP-LINK announces regional expansion plans
Company chairman cites Middle East as vital to footprint growth
Shenzhen, China-based TP-LINK Technologies has announced its plans to grow its presence in the Middle East and Africa region.
Company chairman Jeffrey Chao announced the plan at a recent conference in Dubai, indicating that the Middle East in general and the UAE in particular are very important markets for the expansion plan.
The regional conference was attended by senior executives, including Jason Xu, vice president of Asia Pacific and MEA; Denny Liang general manager, Middle East; Will Liu, general manager, Africa; and Barbara Kao, marketing manager.
TP-LINK makes WLAN hardware, with products available in over 120 countries. Established in 1996, the company entered the international market in 2005 and entered the MEA region in 2011.