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ABS-CBN names Kerwin Du as new Country Manager for Canada

ABS-CBN Global, the organization that oversees all international subsidiaries of ABS-CBN Corporation, the world’s largest Filipino media and entertainment company, has recently named Kerwin Du as the new Country Manager of Canada.

ABS-CBN names Kerwin Du as new Country Manager for Canada
Kerwin Du (center, in blue suit), ABS-CBN’s new Country Manager of Canada, is shown with his team at the ABS-CBN Toronto office.
As Country Manager of Canada, Du is responsible for strategy execution, business operations, profitability, growth and expansion in the country. He reports directly to ABS-CBN Managing Director for North and Latin America Jun Del Rosario.

Du is a proven leader who began his career with ABS-CBN Global in 1997 as Director for Telecoms Marketing and introduced both the ABS-CBN and Bayantel joint product 123-700 Bayan Kollect sa America and the ABS-CBN Long Distance Direct product to the Filipino American market.  

He joined the ABS-CBN North America team in 1999 to assume product management of the company’s telco business, and later on its flagship channel TFC, Retail, and Theatricals.  In 2012, Du was appointed Head of Product Operations of North America, and in 2017 was named North America Business Unit Head for Cargo and Retail concurrent to his existing role. He started the TFC Store on Amazon and is responsible for rapidly growing its online retail sales.

Du graduated from De La Salle University in Manila with a degree in Computer Science.  He lives with his wife, Pia, in Toronto, while their daughter, Angelica, is taking Engineering and Applied Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania.

Topics: Kerwin Du , ABS-CBN Corporation , Jun Del Rosario , Bayantel
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