Facebook yesterday announced the company is opening a sales office in Hong Kong, aiming to give more local supports and expertise for brands, helping companies in Hong Kong and Taiwan to reach deeper relationships with the target audiences.
This is the second office that Facebook opened in Asia following the one opened in Singapore. And this decision was made after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s trip to China and meeting up Baidu CEO in Beijing.
“With millions of people in Hong Kong and Taiwan using Facebook daily to connect with the people, brands, and causes they care about, Facebook provides a powerful combination of reach and engagement for advertisers,” said Blake Chandlee, VP & Commercial Director, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Emerging Markets. “By continuing to build our presence in the region, Facebook will be able to directly provide full support to advertisers here and help them create and execute campaigns that will have a meaningful impact on their businesses.”
After Facebook was banned in China since 2009, this is the next big step towards the Asian Market.
Update: The office is located at Quarry Bay in Hong Kong.
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