Online ad network Komli Media had in February announced a change in the structure of the company, with COO Prashant Mehta taking over as CEO, while Amar Goel, formerly CEO and Chairman, retained the Chairman’s role.
Today, Komli has announced new senior level announcements, bringing in two Yahoo! executives, Jaisimha Muthegere and Gulshan Verma, on board to head the new R&D center in Bangalore and to lead expansion in the Middle East, respectively.
Muthegere has been hired as VP, Engineering, and Head of the new Bangalore Center. Prior to this appointment, he had worked with Yahoo India for four years and had led the creation of their display advertising engineering team in Bangalore.
Verma, also from Yahoo!, had previously worked as Director of Sales Strategy for Yahoo India, driving the performance display marketplace for the company and also sales strategy and brand solutions, focusing on the top 100 advertisers.
“We are thrilled to have Gulshan and Jaisimha join the leadership team at a time when we are seeing tremendous traction and demand for our products and solutions. Their leadership, domain expertise and global experience will be especially critical as Komli significantly scales its operations across regions,” said Prashant Mehta, CEO, Komli Media.
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