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Nu Skin management changes

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Andrew Fan will replace Frankie Kiow as president of the Greater China region, company announces May 22. Fan, who joined Nu Skin in 1991, has participated in the successful opening of 12 Asian markets, and in his previous position as president of Southeast Asia, he managed six Asian markets, the company says. In his new role, Fan will oversee sales and operations for mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. Firm names Melisa Tantoco Quijano, a 25-year sales and marketing veteran, president of the Southeast Asia region. Having most recently served as VP of market services, Quijano has served in various director and management roles throughout Southeast Asia, Nu Skin says. Lastly, firm promotes John Chou from president of its Taiwan business - a position he held for 15 years - to corporate VP in the company's distributor success organization...

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