- Putting an end to his successful eight-year stint at Google, Rajan Anandan, vice president for Google South East Asia and India, is leaving the search giant to join Sequoia Capital India as a Managing Director.
- Anandan will continue his role at Google until the end of April while Vikas Agnihotri, Google India's director for sales, will take on the interim role while the company scouts for a new MD.
- His entrepreneurial zeal and leadership has helped grow the overall internet ecosystem in India and Southeast Asia, and we wish him all the best in his new adventures," said Scott Beaumont, President, Google Asia Pacific said in a statement.
- In a blog, Shailendra J Singh, Sequoia Capital said that Anandan will be focusing on it's recently launched startup accelerator Surge.
Breaking: Rajan Anandan Quits Google After 8 Year Stint To Join Sequoia
2 April 2019 1:59 AM GMT