Apple has appointed Isabelle GE Mahe chief managing Director units in China
19.07.2017 Erika J. Wells 0 Comments
Apple named the new General Manager of the main office in China. He became Vice-President of Department of wireless technologies Isabel GE Mahe. This is stated in the press release of the American giant computer electronics.
“In recent years, Isabel GE Mahe devoted much of his time to innovate in the interests of the customers of Apple in China, and we look forward to the opportunity to make an even greater contribution under her leadership,” said CEO Tim cook.
Apple noted that Mahe, who previously held the post of Vice-President, wireless technologies, ready to take the newly created position of Vice President and managing Director for greater China.
Isabel GE, Maha previously worked closely with a team of Apple developers, including participated in the development of a number of features for iPhone and iPad to Chinese consumers.
“Apple seriously tuned to investment and growth in China, and we are pleased that our team in China replenished with such a leader as Isabelle, and will be able to use her experience,” said CEO Tim cook in a press release.
In China, increased competition from Asian manufacturers of smartphones, and Apple’s sales in China decline for five consecutive quarters, and in the latest report concluded there was a drop of 14%.
Apple shares the day before finished in positive territory for the eighth consecutive session. This is the longest period of growth in three years – with a nine-day period, which ended on 25 August 2014. During this period of growth securities added 5.2 percent, but are still 4% of the closing level from may 12 – 156,10 USD. The company’s stock has gained 29.6 percent, while the DJIA rose by 9.2%, while the S&P 500 by 9.9%.