MySpace India has appointed Hari V. Krishnan as country manager. In his new role, Krishnan will be responsible for overseeing strategy and operations for the MySpace India business.
Krishnan will lead the development of content, product and marketing programs, create advertising solutions for brand partners, and build strategies for driving users. He will be based in Mumbai and will report to Sung Lee, vice president of Asian operations for MySpace.
Krishnan comes from Travelguru where he was vice president for corporate planning and marketing. Before joining Travelguru, he was manager of business development and strategy at Yahoo! India. He has also worked at Cisco in the United States for four years as product manager. At Cisco, he was responsible for managing an international team of product marketing specialists.
"Hari's impressive background in the Internet space, his keen business sense and his tremendous leadership qualities make him the ideal fit for this important role. Driving growth in India is a top priority for MySpace internationally and it was crucial that we find someone with his depth of experience in the Indian marketplace. We know Hari's passion and talents will be a tremendous addition to our global team– we are thrilled to welcome him," said Lee.