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Yahoo India & S-E Asia Mktg Head Nitin Mathur relocates to Singapore

26-June-2013
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Yahoo India & S-E Asia Mktg Head Nitin Mathur relocates to Singapore

Nitin Mathur, Senior Director & Head of Marketing – India & South East Asia, Yahoo! has relocated to Singapore.

Confirming the news to exchange4media, Yahoo officials said, “Yahoo! India confirms that Nitin has been transferred to Singapore. It’s a regular internal transfer. There is no change in Nitin’s responsibility and he will continue to manage marketing for India and South East Asia.”

Mathur joined Yahoo in 2007 and has been looking after the key growth markets for East Asia (Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore). He is also looking after brand, product, mobile and B2B marketing efforts across the region.

Prior to Yahoo!, Mathur had worked with Sapient, Times Internet, Indiainfo and Sahara India. Mathur has around 15 years of experience in the industry. 

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