New Delhi: Manu Sharma has joined the UK based tech startup Nothing as VP, Country Manager – India. Today, the tech startup Nothing announced the appointment of Manu Sharma in a statement.
Sharma as Vice President (VP) and General Manager (GM) for Nothing will be driving the growth, business development and operations in India.
Sharma is an expert and veteran in the consumer technology space. He has spent over two decades working with Samsung Mobile and Hewlett-Packard (HP) in India. He will be overseeing the regional product strategy, marketing and sales operations for the brand, as well as setting up the India office.
“I am thrilled to welcome Manu as part of the growing Nothing team. He is an experienced business leader with deep knowledge and understanding of the consumer technology industry in India,” said Carl Pei, CEO and Co-Founder, Nothing.
“With his proven track record and experience, he will play a pivotal role for our growth in India,” added Pei.
“I am very excited to be part of Nothing’s journey. Carl’s vision is inspiring and I am confident that Nothing will have a meaningful impact on the consumer technology market in India and around the world,” said Manu Sharma, VP and General Manager, Nothing India.
Nothing a privately held entity has raised $22 million funding from GV (formerly Google Ventures) and other private investors.
Tony Fadell (Principal at Future Shape & Inventor – iPod), Casey Neistat (YouTube personality and Co-founder of Beme), Kevin Lin (Co-founder Twitch) and Steve Huffman (Co-founder and CEO Reddit) are among the private investors.