Samsung appoints Yun as MD for Egypt

Monday 27 January 2014 | 13:28 CET | News
Samsung has announced that Seung-ho Yun has joined its Egypt team as the MD, replacing Duke Park who has been working as Samsung Egypt's MD since 2009. With over 20 years of working with Samsung, Yun brings to the Egyptian market a wealth of expertise in the field. Before joining Samsung Egypt, Yun held the position of the GM of Samsung Algeria. In 2013, Samsung opened its first factory in the region in Bani Sweif Governorate, in addition to launching an initiative for supporting mobile application developers in Egypt, under the name of Entaleq.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Samsung
Countries: Egypt
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hi, Mr seung ho yun , I see the advertisement of Samsung about Samsung launching people . I got a new ideas ,a new applications , and a new mental techniques for smart phones . I have only 16 years . And this is the first time to make this step in the beginning of my age . I choose Samsung specifically because it is the only company in the world support people , join us with Samsung team ,and Samsung is very smart from the beginning still now . please reply as soon as possible . THANKS WITH REGARDS
Radwa Ihab @ 11/8/2014 - 13:43

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