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Glory Star New Media Holdings Limited Appoints Director…


BEIJING, July 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Glory Star New Media Group Holdings Limited (NASDAQ: GSMG) (“Glory Star” or the “Company”), a leading mobile and online digital media and entertainment company in China, today announced the appointment of Mr. Xinjian Qiu as the Director of Operations for CHEERS e-Mall, the Company’s fast-growing online e-commerce platform. In his new role, Mr. Qiu will oversee the daily operations of CHEERS e-Mall as well as the e-commerce platform’s related business development initiatives.

Mr. Qiu has extensive experience in the areas of online retail, e-commerce, and social media marketing. Prior to joining Glory Star from 2018 to 2020, Mr. Qiu served as the Director of Social Media e-Commerce for Beijing Kingsoft Office Software Inc. (“Kingsoft”) (SHA: 688111). During his two-year tenure at Kingsoft, Mr. Qiu launched a highly successful social media e-commerce business line during its first year of operation. From 2016 to 2018, Mr. Qiu spearheaded the development of Shark Shopping’s mobile application. Shark Shopping is one of China’s largest networks for online retail household purchases. Mr. Qiu graduated from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.

About Glory Star New Media Group Holdings Limited

Glory Star New Media Group Holdings Limited is a leading mobile entertainment operator in China. Glory Star’s ability to integrate premium lifestyle content, including short videos, online variety shows, online dramas, live streaming, its Cheers lifestyle video series, e-Mall, and mobile app, along with innovative e-commerce offerings on its platform enables it to pursue its mission of enriching people’s lives. The Company’s large and active user base creates valuable engagement opportunities with consumers and enhances platform stickiness with thousands of domestic and international brands.

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