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Maya Hari to Head Consumer Marketing for Online Services, Microsoft India’s

26-January-2008
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Maya Hari to Head Consumer Marketing for Online Services, Microsoft India’s

Microsoft India has appointed Maya Hari as Head of Consumer Marketing. This appointment is part of Microsoft India’s continued focus on new initiatives for consumers in India. Hari will report to Jaspreet Bindra, India Country Manager, Online Services, Microsoft India, and will be responsible for strengthening the marketing for Microsoft’s online brands in India – MSN India and Windows Live Services.

“We see a significant growth of Internet users and time spent by the user online today. MSN India and Windows Live will bring a lot more for consumers in the next few months and this appointment is part of our efforts to strengthen these initiatives in India,” said Bindra.

Hari comes to Microsoft with over seven years’ experience in consumer marketing, strategic planning, product line and brand launches. She began her career in strategic marketing at Schlumberger and Cisco Systems in the US. Most recently, Hari headed brand and B2B marketing for Google South Asia.

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