Mark Donohue is Rain Bird’s new regional manager for the company’s Southeast Asia market.
In his new role, Donohue will manage the development of Rain Bird’s sales organization in Southeast Asia, and he will be tasked with growing Rain Bird’s Golf, Landscape and Agriculture businesses in all Southeast Asian territories, excluding Japan and Korea.
Donohue joined Rain Bird as a regional manager for Canada in 2016. Over the past five years, Donohue built a high-performing landscape sales team, expanded and improved the company’s distribution network and delivered outstanding business results. In recognition of his efforts, Donohue received a 2020 Rain Bird Achievement Award for Long Term Growth Orientation.
Before joining Rain Bird, Donohue spent five years as the national sales manager for ITW Construction Products, Canada in Markham, Ontario. In 2015, Donohue received his professional certification from the University of Innovative Distribution at Purdue University. Donohue also graduated with a degree in political science and Canadian-American relations from Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario. Currently based near Toronto, Canada, Donohue and his family will relocate to Singapore as soon as pandemic travel restrictions allow.
“During Mark’s time with Rain Bird, he’s exhibited exemplary leadership and management skills,” said Brett Hart, Rain Bird’s international business manager for Africa, India, and Southeast Asia. “His work in his native Canada has been excellent, and his experience and knowledge make him an ideal fit for his new role in Southeast Asia. We congratulate him on his new position, and we know he’ll continue to do great work for Rain Bird in this growing irrigation market.”
To learn more about Rain Bird’s many water-efficient products and solutions for landscape, golf, and agricultural irrigation, visit rainbird.com.
ABOUT RAIN BIRD
Based in Azusa, Calif., Rain Bird Corporation is the world’s leading manufacturer and provider of irrigation products and services. Since its beginnings in 1933, Rain Bird has offered the industry’s broadest range of irrigation products for farms, golf courses, sports arenas, commercial developments, and homes in more than 130 countries around the globe. Rain Bird has been awarded more than 450 patents worldwide, including the first in 1935 for the impact sprinkler. Rain Bird and The Intelligent Use of Water™ are about using water wisely. Its commitment extends beyond products to education, training, and services for the industry and the community. Rain Bird maintains state-of-the-art manufacturing assembly facilities in the United States, China, and Mexico. www.rainbird.com.