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Deep Malhotra quits Google, headed to MySpace India as Director, Sales

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Deep Malhotra quits Google, headed to MySpace India as Director, Sales

After a stint of nearly two years, Deep Malhotra, Group Sales Manager, Google India, has put in his papers. He is joining MySpace India as Director, Sales, for the founding team of MySpace India, which will be launched in India shortly. Malhotra will be reporting to Sung Lee, VP Asia, MySpace.

Confirming the development, Malhotra said, “It’s a new opportunity for me with MySapce being launched shortly in India. With ‘social media’ becoming the new buzz word today, I am looking forward to MySpace in India.”

At Google, Malhotra was part of the Google India founding team since 2005. He was also responsible for setting up the operations in India. At Google, Malhotra was reporting to Shailesh Rao, Managing Director, India.

Prior to Google, Malhotra was associated with in the Ad Sales department. Before that, he had ventured into entrepreneurship from 2000-04.


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