Our CEO, Oliver Jones, recently contributed to this article reflecting on global risk management. Trade wars and the current pandemic are influencing how many architectural, engineering and construction businesses may seek to retain firms that are closer to them, or their project sites. Oliver shared his insights about how he managed his business in the current business environment and how flexibility matters in terms of global versus local. Click here to read the article.
Congratulations to our CEO, Oliver Jones, for being awarded 2020 iMasons Luminaries. As a founding Board member of iMasons, Oliver has provided key contributions to the iMasons strategy to enable global expansion, while as CEO of Chayora, he has brought hyperscale data centre innovation to China. Check the award winners here and Watch the award ceremony recording here.
James McCartney, featured in Capacity Media and Engineered Systems for his new appointment in Chayora. Chayora Limited has announced the appointment of James McCartney (pictured) as Executive Vice President of Sales (APAC), based in Singapore, where Chayora is also opening a new regional office. McCartney joins Chayora from Telstra, where he held a senior customer-focussed role leading a team of global specialists in developing cloud and data centre strategies and solutions for customers worldwide. Read full Capacity Media article, click
Oliver Jones, Jonathan Berney, Karen Kesner and Yali Liu’s interview is now published in Construction Global Magazine, Summer/Autumn Edition. In the article, our executives discuss the founding story and development plan of Chayora, how our carrier-neutral data centres and our experienced team can help businesses to formulate a business plan to expand their business growth in China with our strong presence in China and Western markets and understanding of Chinese business compliance. Read Chayora’s article here.
Oliver Jones is a founding Board member of Infrastructure Masons. He is a real estate and business services serial entrepreneur and investor with global experience. As CEO of Chayora, Oliver is pioneering the development of hyperscale data center campuses in the largest cities of mainland China. In the latest issue, Oliver shared the reasons why he got involved with iMasons and why increasing industry awareness is important. Click the link below to read the full InterGlobix Magazine Issue 4 and get more
Oliver Jones, Jonathan Berney, Karen Kesner and Yali Liu was quoted in Technology Magazine June 2020 Edition. In the article, our executives discuss the founding story and development plan of Chayora, how our carrier-neutral data centres and our experienced team can help businesses to formulate a business plan to expand their business growth in China with our strong presence in China and Western markets and understanding of Chinese business compliance. Read Chayora’s article here. Click
Jonathan Berney had more than 30 years of international business experience in technology, finance, and property before creating Chayora along with his two fellow founders. He worked as an analyst with Cazenove in London, was CEO of .com, head of implementation of an early mobile commerce platform, and more recently was a regional managing partner with EC Harris helping organizations with business-critical assets transform and outsource including the development of mission-critical data centers across Asia. Jonathan also spent three years
Chayora’s CFO Qingyuan features in April edition of Data Economy – “How China’s data centre economy will grow in the post-COVID-19 era”. As China gradually, cautiously emerges and recovers from its Coronavirus lockdown, it’s clear that video streaming, e-commerce, games and other businesses that rely on data centres will be in a stronger position, says the CFO of Chayora, Qingyuan Li. During the lockdown, one of the largest video streaming and games services broke down, “because the whole nation was trying to
Karen Kesner, executive vice president of Americas, Chayora, details why its important for the next cohort of young women to seek out sponsors, mentors and coaches to aid their career progression. What are some of the biggest challenges you faced as a woman in the telco/tech industry but more importantly how did you overcome them? I have worked in male-centric environments my entire career. There have been incredible experiences, successes and lessons learned. However, it hasn’t been a breeze. I see first-hand