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Rovio, creator of Angry Birds, appoints Anurag Sachdeva as Country Director for India and South Asia

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Rovio, creator of Angry Birds, appoints Anurag Sachdeva as Country Director for India and South Asia

Rovio Entertainment, the creator of Angry Birds, announced the appointment of Anurag Sachdeva as its new Country Director for India and South Asia.

In his new role, Sachdeva will focus on consolidating Rovio’s presence in the market, driving global partnerships and strategic alliances while strengthening the organisational capabilities within the company. He will also lead telecom operator relations for South East Asia while focusing on the expansion of the company’s market base.

Previously Sachdeva served as Rovio’s Associate Director, Business Development for India and Southeast Asia.

Alex Lambeek, Rovio’s Chief Commercial Officer said, “Anurag has proven to be an asset steering the growth of Rovio in this very important market. He brings valuable experience to our Flock’s leadership in South Asia and he will be key to helping us raise our game even further in the region.  We look forward to working closely with Anurag and supporting him in this new journey.”

Sachdeva has prior experience working with Vodafone, Bharti Airtel, Virgin Mobile India and Aircel. He holds a degree in B.Tech from GAU.


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