At this time Google’s head of India and South-East Asia has left the corporate. Rajan Anandan announced that after eight years, he can be departing his position at Google to be crammed by the corporate’s president of Asia Pacific.
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Anandan joined Google eight years in the past to fill the position of VP of India and South-East Asia, in that point bringing Google’s providers to a whole lot of hundreds of thousands of customers. Scott Beaumont, Google’s President of Asia Pacific, will probably be taking up Rajan’s position. Earlier than Beaumont takes over the position, Vikas Agnihotri will take over as interim chief.
As for Anandan himself, he’s apparently shifting his focus to investing in “promising early-stage know-how startups” in India and SEA. Google says relating to his departure:
We’re grateful to Rajan for his large contribution to Google over the previous eight years. His entrepreneurial zeal & management has helped develop the general web ecosystem in India & SE Asia. We want him all the most effective in his new adventures
eight superb years. 850million web customers throughout India and SEA. Many billions of income and quickest rising area on the planet. Unimaginable group that thinks massive and executes fantastically. Thanks @GoogleIndia #GoogleSEA. Liked each minute.
— Rajan Anandan (@RajanAnandan) April 2, 2019
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