BI Worldwide's Greater China office appoints new GM

RJ Steiner will take care of Greater China operations and is based in Shanghai.

BI Worldwide's Greater China office appoints new GM

RJ Steiner has been appointed general manager for the Greater China operations of BI Worldwide, where he is currently based in Shanghai. 

"Greater China is one of the most exciting and fastest growing regions in our industry, and we look forward to continuing to expand our local services and support to drive business results for our clients," Steiner said. His Linkedin profile stated that his previous role was global growth and client engagement manager with SGK.

On Steiner's appointment, David Litteken, senior vice president for Asia Pacific, said: “RJ has been working inside China for a number of years and brings his experience of operating business units both in China and the United States. This is critically valuable for us to grow this dynamic, ever-changing market.”

 

 

 

Source:
CEI

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