Mitch Young

Mitchell (Mitch) Young joined ServiceNow in the role of Vice President and General

Manager for Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) in January 2018 with responsibility for leading ServiceNow’s business across APJ. In this role, Mitch will continue to build ServiceNow’s customer base, product leadership and partner ecosystem across the region.

Mitch joined ServiceNow from IBM, where he served as the General Manager for ASEAN overseeing regional operations, including sales and distribution, manufacturing, procurement, global delivery, and support functions across the ASEAN markets.

Mitch also served as Client Advocacy Executive in the office of the IBM President, Chairman and CEO, Ginni Rometty.

With over two decades of industry experience, Mitch has held various leadership roles in sales management and delivery of cloud solutions, problem solving, transformational leadership and talent development. Mitch is passionate about helping customers drive their digital agenda and achieve business success by simplifying and streamlining the way work gets done.

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