Google recently appointed Chen Junting as its new president for Greater China, leading sales and operation of this marketplace.
Chen will be located in Shanghai. Over the past eight years, Chen worked as general manager of Google Taiwan.
Prior to this, Google's spokesperson revealed in March that Scott Beaumont was appointed head of Asia Pacific business and the company was looking for his replacement. Beaumont started working as president of Google Greater China from 2013 and he also commanded South Korea business before.
Chen joined Google Taiwan as general manager in December 2011. He was responsible for sales business of Taiwan, covering large enterprise client, sales, and online business.
Chen has over 22 years of high tech industry sales and marketing experience in Taiwan and Asia. Before joining Google, he worked for Apple's Taiwan branch. He also worked for Intel and Ericsson before that.