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OPPO to increase APAC team to 55,000 members, to meet local market demands

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In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, OPPO recently opened its fourth regional operations center to support further regional expansion.
OPPO to increase APAC team to 55,000 members, to meet local market demands
File photo: OPPO APAC president Jimmy Yi during the APAC Hub Center launch in Malaysia 

The other OPPO hubs are found in Gurugram, India; Dubai, UAE; and Düsseldorf, Germany.

55,000 members needed!

To ensure that the company will meet the demands of the region, OPPO needs to expand its workforce. In particular, OPPO said that its goal is to increase its team to 55,000 members in the Asia-Pacific region.

According to OPPO, 95 percent of the team that will be recruited will be local.

OPPO plans to recruit talent from various different fields, including manufacturing, software development, internet services, and sales and marketing, to support its expansion efforts in the IoT, mobile internet services, and financial services.

Leveraging global resources from headquarters, OPPO APAC will function with more flexibility. There will be greater room to explore further opportunities for collaboration with local partners, which will provide users with better access to the latest innovations in smartphones and also provide access to the entire mobile connectivity ecosystem. Going forward, OPPO APAC will work to enhance its local market operations and will stay competitive by working to deeply understanding local users' preferences.

According to research by GfK, the APAC region will see a noticeable growing demand for "Technical Consumer Goods" in 2020.

Basically, it aims to accelerate growth and react faster to consumer demands in the region.

It will also provide more jobs to locals in the Asia Pacific region including the Philippines.
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