New Delhi, May 21 (IBNS) India's leading e-Commerce marketplace eBay India on Tuesday announced a transition in leadership.
Latif Nathani, a senior executive with deep experience in the technology space in both India and the US will join eBay India as Managing Director.
Nathani is taking over from Muralikrishnan B, who will be transitioning his responsibilities by the end of the quarter and then will be exploring entrepreneurial opportunities outside of eBay.
Nathani has 22 years of experience including a 15 year career at Microsoft and Symantec and most recently served as CEO of product strategy consulting firm.
He has extensive expertise in building and leading high performance global business, engineering and marketing teams.
He also led a consumer incubator for Microsoft India (including equity investments in mobile payments), headed Global Product Marketing for Symantec's Norton business and was cofounder of eMemories.com.
Nathani said, "I am excited about leading the thriving eBay India business, a market leader in India, that has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make a livelihood as well as provide vast selection and great deals to millions of consumers.
"The marketplaces business model fascinates me and I look forward to steering the talented India team to even greater heights."
eBay India appoints Latif Nathani as its new Managing Director
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