I'm a system engineer but went to an exhibition abroad with the CEO and COO as I'm the only one speaking fluent English. After returning we had a meeting together with the sales team (2 people directly below the CEO) and sorted out all new contacts (business cards) into potential customers and everything else. Potential costumers were to be contacted by email by the sales team. I wrote an English email template for them to be used.
It's been three weeks and I haven't heard anything, nor was anything mentioned in their weekly reports. I strongly believe they never sent out a single email. I believe it's a complete waste of resources to go to an exhibition if we don't follow up on leads.
This is east asia so I don't want them to loose face, but I also don't want to ignore it. How can I indirectly call them out for not following up on the leads. Should I write a message on the company internal message board asking if there were any email replies that they needed English help with? Talking to the CEO seems like going behind their back.