Our Team

Our key differentiator is in our people. Our team of 90 professionals include highly-experienced former country managers and heads of sales for successful technology companies from around the world and are ready to take your business in Asia to the next level.

Kenneth Fan / President, Greater China
Kenneth leads RTM Asia’s overall business activities in the Greater China market. Kenneth is a veteran of the IT industry with over 20 years of proven sales and management experience. Kenneth started his career in System-Pro Computer Solutions HK Ltd in 1986, then joined HP in 1992 where he spent the next 10 years. During his tenure at HP, Kenneth led multiple teams of over 100 employees each and was responsible for annual revenue contributions in the Greater China region of over $250 million, managing a number of different business units in HP ranging from PC’s, Servers, Imaging and Printing, Enterprise Solutions, Services and Consulting as well as Channel and Alliances development.

Takahiko Higashi / President, Japan
Higashi is a veteran in the technology field, with 25 years of experience in the Japan market. Before joining RTM Asia as President for Japan, Higashi held various senior posts at blue chip companies including Senior Officer of Corporate Strategy and Director, Business Solution Group at Microsoft Japan. Prior to his 12 year tenure at Microsoft, Higashi was GM, Marketing and Corporate Strategy at Net One Systems, one of the largest systems integrators in Japan. He graduated from the Engineering Faculty of Kyoto University and is co-author of two books on the topic of network connectivity.

Joon Mo Park / President, Korea
Mr Park is a Korean business strategist with expertise in numerous areas: Internet, software, mobile services, storage, PC’s and peripherals. In addition to running RTM Asia Korea, he currently serves as an advisor to a number of Korean start-ups. Park started his career launching LG’s PC business, and then moved to Microsoft as sales director of Microsoft Korea’s OEM sales unit. Most recently he was country manager of Brocade Korea. He is a member of Korean IT industry forums and often writes columns in daily newspapers on software and other local IT industry topics. Park holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Korea University.