After 4 years at Twitter, Rishi Jaitly, Twitter?s VP, Asia Pacific and Middle East North Africa is leaving the company.
Announcing his intention to move on via Twitter, Jaitly says, ?Today, after 4 years of user/business momentum in India & the region, I?m sharing my intention to move on to new opportunities, same mission.?
Today, after 4 years of user/business momentum in India & the region, I?m sharing my intention to move on to new opportunities, same mission
Jaitly joined Twitter in 2012 as the India Marketing Director, before rapidly moving up the ranks as Market Director, India and SEA to his current (former) position as VP. Before Twitter, Jaitly spent some time as Director of the Knight Foundation, Co-founded Michigan Corps and even worked at Google India as Head of Public-Private Partnerships. Speaking of the future, Jaitly tweeted, ?I myself care deeply about the United States, India, emerging markets & intend to devote myself to building bridges in service of my mission.? He also mentioned his intention of mobbing to Chicago.
While a personal/civic calling takes me to Chicago, I?ll spend significant time in India/Asia, drawing on my past to further tech?s promise.
Twitter itself has been the centre of a great deal of controversy these past few months. The company has been bleeding money, potential buyers (of the company) backed off and most recently, the company shut down Vine and axed 9 percent of its work force.
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