Campaign India Team
Nov 04, 2022

Ajit Mohan joins Snap

Moves from Meta

Ajit Mohan joins Snap
Ajit Mohan has joined Snap as president-APAC businesses. 
He moves from Meta, where he was vice president and managing director, India. 
Mohan joined Meta in January 2019.
With his depature, Manish Chopra, director and head of partnerships at Meta India, will now serve as the interim head of the company’s operations in the country.
Mohan updated his LinkedIn profile to reflect his move. 
His LinkedIn post read, "After almost four years leading Meta (Facebook) in India, I am stepping down from my role. I am grateful to the company for the amazing opportunity to lead its efforts in one of its most important countries and I am proud of the work the team and I have done to create an impact for people, creators and businesses around the country. When I took on this role, my objective was to build a team and a company that would be a valuable ally to India and play a useful role in fuelling its economic and social transformation. This is exactly what we have managed to do in the last four years."
Mohan added, "I am also excited to share that I will be leading the Asia Pacific region for Snap and be a part of the company's executive team. Can't wait to get started!"
In a career spaning over 17 years, he has also workked with The Wall Street Journal, Star TV Network and McKinsey, among others. 
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