Campaign India Team
Sep 05, 2018

Taranjeet Singh quits twitter

The country director of Twitter India set the social medium abuzz by tweeting his farewell note

Taranjeet Singh quits twitter

Taranjeet Singh, country director, Twitter India has decided to move on.

The US-based Balaji Krish, twitter's global head of revenue strategy and operations has been appointed as the interim country lead until a replacement is hired. "We'll ensure that @Twitter won't miss a beat here," said Singh. 

Over a series of tweets last evening, Singh who's been with the social media major for over four years announced his exit. "From being one of the first @Twitter employees in #India, to building up the sales team from the ground up, to leading our expansion and investments as the India Country Director (it has been an) #AmazingRide," said Singh in one tweet.

In another tweet, Singh thanked global executives of the company for making India a priority market. "Finally,  my success would not have been possible without the wonderful support from @maya_hari and @Derella, our highly respected business leaders, who have made India a top global priority for @twitter over the past few years. I will always #LoveTwitter." 

 

 

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Campaign India

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