Senior Meta India govt Manish Chopra resigns, fourth main exit in 6 months

Manish Chopra, Meta’s Director and Head of Partnerships in India, has introduced his resignation, making his exit from an organization he joined in January 2019.

Manish Chopra (Picture courtesy: Enterprise In the present day)

Chopra took to LinkedIn to announce his departure, including, nonetheless, that he’ll assist with the transition over the subsequent few weeks.

Manish Chopra's LinkedIn post.
Manish Chopra’s LinkedIn publish.

“I am grateful to the company for trusting me with building out our efforts to drive growth & engagement across Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp. I am super proud of the work the team and I have done to become an ally for creators and businesses around the country. My heartfelt thanks to each and everyone one of you!” he wrote.

Chopra continued, referring apparently to the ongoing global layoffs at Meta, together with in India: “The recent months have been trying times for everyone in so many ways! I know this team has shown so much care and has helped each other selflessly. At so many moments in one doing one’s very best, I have seen folks embody ‘what would you do, if you were not afraid’, and surpass our wildest dreams. And so for me, I am now looking forward to a new phase in my professional life. I will share more in due course.”

Sandhya Devanathan, Vice President, Meta India, thanked him for his contributions.

“Manish, thank you so much for your leadership and your contributions to Meta and our India business over all these years. Wish you an awesome next play!” Devanathan wrote beneath his publish.

Fourth main exit from Meta India in 6 months

Chopra’s exit from Meta India is the fourth occasion of a senior govt leaving the organisation since November final 12 months. Ajit Mohan (India head), Rajiv Aggarwal (Public coverage chief) and Abhijit Bose (WhatsApp India head) resigned inside days of one another. Chopra, actually, took over from Mohan on an interim foundation, ultimately handing over to Devanathan, the full-time chief whose tenure started on January 1.

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