Former ZTE EVP Joins Tsinghua Unigroup

A representative from Tsinghua Unigroup confirmed that Zeng Xuezhong, former executive vice president of ZTE, has joined Tsinghua Unigroup as global executive vice president.

On April 5, 2017, ZTE published a report stating that its executive vice president Zeng had resigned due to personal reasons, effective from the report publishing date. After the resignation, Zeng would no longer hold any position in ZTE. Zeng also confirmed that he had no disagreement with the board of directors of ZTE and there were no other matters that need to be brought to the attention of the shareholders of the company.

Zeng graduated from Department of Physics of Tsinghua University in 1996 and then gained his EMBA degree at Tsinghua University. After graduation, Zeng joined ZTE and he was appointed senior vice president of ZTE in 2006 and responsible for leading the China region.

Starting from January 2014, Zeng took the executive vice president role and commanded one of ZTE Group’s core businesses — the terminal business unit. Under Zeng’s leadership, ZTE’s terminal business implemented a full transformation, emphasized product innovation, and enhanced global distribution in sectors like sales and supply chain.

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