Campaign India Team
Aug 21, 2008

mKhoj hires Sridhar Ranganathan as head of products

mKhoj has appointed Sridhar Ranganathan as head of products. He comes from Yahoo! India where he was working as business head for Yahoo Local and Maps. In his new role, he will be responsible for formulating and executing the product strategy for mKhoj. Prior to Yahoo!, Ranganathan was product manager at AdventNet and managed multiple products as well as establish their usability lab.  He has also worked as Ship Manager at Essar Shipping.

mKhoj hires Sridhar Ranganathan as head of products

mKhoj has appointed Sridhar Ranganathan as head of products. He comes from Yahoo! India where he was working as business head for Yahoo Local and Maps. In his new role, he will be responsible for formulating and executing the product strategy for mKhoj.
Prior to Yahoo!, Ranganathan was product manager at AdventNet and managed multiple products as well as establish their usability lab.  He has also worked as Ship Manager at Essar Shipping.
Sridhar said, “The mobile advertising space is evolving rapidly. With the rich targeting capabilities and scale, mobile advertising has great opportunity for product innovations. Coming from the internet medium, I’m very excited to be part of this evolution. mKhoj’s positioning, market leadership and direction makes it a very exciting place to be in.”
Naveen Tewari, CEO, mKhoj said, “Sridhar’s main focus is to bring out new products to provide better tools for our advertisers and much better monetization for our large publisher base.”
  
   
 

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Campaign India

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