Affle India makes additions to its board of directors

Aims to accelerate global growth momentum and provide greater accountability to the senior leadership

Jul 04, 2022 08:05:00 AM | Article | Campaign India Team

Affle India, a global technology company, has announced the appointment of four more people - Lay See Tan, Vipul Kedia, Noelia Amoedo and Elad Natanson, to its board of directors. 
 
Tan is an independent director on the board, whereas Kedia is executive director. Amoedo and Natanson have joined as non-executive directors. 
 
Currently, Tan is a finance professional, while Kedia is the chief data and platforms officer and head at Affle. Amoedo is the founder and CEO of Mediasmart, whereas Natanson is CEO of Appnext, both of which are part of the Affle Group. 
 
The hires are part of the company’s effort to accelerate global growth momentum, provide greater accountability to the senior leadership and maintain the highest standards of corporate governance with an enhanced depth of expertise.
 
Bijynath, non-executive chairman and independent director, Affle, said, “I am pleased to welcome new Directors to the Board where their years of invaluable experience, skills and diversity of opinion will help us on our journey ahead. This will further enhance our overall corporate governance, risk management processes & thought leadership enabling holistic organisational development and sustainable value creation for all our stakeholders.”
 
Anuj Khanna Sohum, MD and CEO, Affle, said, “These appointments come at a time when we are amidst our accelerated growth trajectory, embarking on several innovations and I am elated to welcome the Directors joining our Board at such a pivotal phase of Affle. The Directors’ unique and entrepreneurial perspective will further augment our strategic differentiation, global market position following the highest levels of transparency and governance. We look forward to leveraging their scientific and strategic expertise while keenly promoting our Affle2.0 culture of diversity, equity and inclusion across the organisation including at our board of directors.”