The Singapore branch of City Networks has appointed Roy Marsh as Business Development Manager. Marsh has extensive experience in business development and knowledge of the Asia Pacific region. He has held a variety of sales, marketing, management, and consultancy positions in software companies specialising in supplying to the international banking market, and has most recently held a business development position at Hewlett-Packard’s NonStop Systems Division, in the Asia Pacific region.
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