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Sanjay Ramakrishnan moves on from Flipkart as Senior Director & Head - Product Marketing

10-February-2017
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Sanjay Ramakrishnan moves on from Flipkart as Senior Director & Head - Product Marketing

Sanjay Ramakrishnan has moved on from Flipkart as Senior Director & Head- Product Marketing, he exited his role at the end of last month. He had joined Flipkart as Senior Director & Head - Business Development & Marketing - Flipkart Ads Business in January last year.

His next destination remains unknown at the moment.

Prior to joining Flipkart last year he was President and Co-Founder, IceCream Labs. Ramakrishnan leverages over 18 years of experience in the online sales and marketing space, and has worked in roles across varied industries showcasing his expertise in the areas of general management, sales leadership, business development, internet strategy and marketing, and social media.

He is also an Angel investor and Advisor to a few start-ups, and a mentor with Microsoft ventures where he provides mentorship to select start-ups essentially focused on marketing and Business Strategy.

His previous work stints include brands like Myntra, Google and Neo Ogilvy.

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