- Rajan Anandan, South East Asia and India vice president at Google made a major career move by leaving the global tech giant to join venture capital firm Sequoia Capital India as a managing director.
- He will join the six current managing directors to focus on developing Surge, the accelerator programme into world's top scale-up programme for startups by acting as an investment advisor and mentor to the program's founders.
- Company sources cite that in August last year, the firm closed its sixth India fund at $695 million to invest in the country and South East Asia.
- A Sri Lankan Tamilian, Anandan has made India his home since being named Dell India managing director in 2006.
- We're thrilled to welcome @RajanAnandan to the leadership team @sequoia_India as investment advisor & mentor to the @_surgeahead founders.
Google’s Rajan Anandan Scripts A New Role As Mentor For Indian Startup Community
2 April 2019 7:17 AM GMT