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Ajay Vidyasagar named Director of Partnerships, YouTube APAC

22-October-2014
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Ajay Vidyasagar named Director of Partnerships, YouTube APAC

Ajay Vidyasagar, Regional Director, APAC, YouTube & Google Video Solutions will join the YouTube APAC team as Director of Partnerships. In this role, he will manage India Core Partnerships organization and will also be responsible for Google’s broader cross-functional YouTube related initiatives for India, said Google. He will continue to be based out of Singapore and in addition to his India responsibilities will also drive forward key content initiatives across APAC on a regional basis.

“India has always been an extremely important market for YouTube where we've seen a lot of success and engagement from our partners and Ajay will lead our efforts going forward in a market that holds tremendous potential for us across partnerships, usage and revenue,” said the spokesperson. 

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