Campaign India Team
May 21, 2009

Yahoo! India appoints Arun Tadanki as MD

Yahoo! India has appointed Arun Tadanki (pictured) as managing director. He will be responsible for expanding and consolidating business also in sub continental Asia, Middle East and Africa. He will be based out of Delhi and report to Keith Nilsson, senior vice president, emerging markets.Before this, Tadanki was president-Asia-Pacific and Middle East, Monster.com.

Yahoo! India appoints Arun Tadanki as MD

Yahoo! India has appointed Arun Tadanki (pictured) as managing director. He will be responsible for expanding and consolidating business also in sub continental Asia, Middle East and Africa. He will be based out of Delhi and report to Keith Nilsson, senior vice president, emerging markets.

Before this, Tadanki was president-Asia-Pacific and Middle East, Monster.com.

Commenting on the new appointment, Nilsson said, “I’m confident Arun’s leadership and solid experience across a broad range of business disciplines will usher in a new era of even more success for Yahoo! in India and the region. We’re thrilled to have him on board.”

“Every day, millions of consumers across India and the region come to Yahoo! to find out what’s going on in the world, communicate with their friends and indulge in their passions. It’s an incredibly exciting time to join Yahoo! and I look forward to working with the team to take one of the world’s most loved brands to even greater heights,” said Tadanki.

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Campaign India

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