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Bango beefs up business development team in south-east Asia

Following recent new customer wins and record revenue growth in the first half of 2020, these new recruits will support the continued growth of commerce through the Bango Platform

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Bango PLC (LON:BGO), the data-driven e-commerce specialist, has appointed a regional vice-president to support the expansion of its business in south-east Asia.

Man Pham, who joins Bango from carrier billing aggregator Fortumo, will work with Bango customers and partners to expand coverage and increase customer acquisition activities worldwide.

Elsewhere, Keisuke Kishida has joined the Tokyo-based team with a brief to maximise the success of global merchants (including Amazon) that use the Bango Platform to grow faster.

He will lead new business development in payments, resale and data monetisation for Bango in Japan. Before joining Bango, he introduced innovative new authentication services to banks and telecommunication companies, including NTT Docomo and Rakuten Bank.

"Online merchants working with Bango acquire, retain and monetise more users than they could outside the Bango circle. Man Pham and Keisuke Kishida bring experience and leadership to the Bango Asia team. We look forward to welcoming many new merchants to the Bango Platform in 2021, and accelerating their growth across Asia,” Paul Larbey, the chief executive of Bango said in a statement.

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