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Ex-Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin takes up advisory role at Truecaller

10-June-2016
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Ex-Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin takes up advisory role at Truecaller

After joining Ola as an independent Director last year, now Arun Sarin, former Vodafone CEO has joined the Advisory Board of Truecaller as per the latest reports.

In his new role, Sarin will play a crucial role in Truecaller’s overall strategy as per the statement released by the company. It must be mentioned that Truecaller offers services related to caller ID, spam detection and search. 

Speaking about the development, Alan Mamedi , CEO & Co-founder of Truecaller said, "Over the last few years, we have grown at an exponential rate both in terms of business and user base, while also having the opportunity to work with companies like Sequoia Capital, Atomico, and KPCB, who have put their trust in us through investments and board roles.”

In his former roe as CEO, Vodafone, Sarin was the driving force behind the Vodafone's strategic move into emerging markets, especially Asia and Africa. Until recently he was a senior advisor at the private equity firm KKR. He also serves on the board of directors of Cisco Systems, Charles Schwab and Blackhawk Networks.
 

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