- Former nation head of SoftBank
Manoj Kohliwas appointed to the board of WeWork India.
- In his earlier function at SoftBank, Kohli facilitated investments to the tune of over $15 billion in over 25 AI-focused portfolio corporations in
- Anthony Yazbeck, president & chief working officer of WeWork, additionally joined the board.
WeWork India mentioned on Monday that it has appointed Manoj Kohli, former nation head of
“I’m optimistic in regards to the potential of the versatile workspace trade in India, and consider that
In his earlier function at SoftBank, Kohli facilitated investments to the tune of over $15 billion in over 25 AI-focused portfolio corporations in India. He additionally supported key gamers like OLA, OYO, Lenskart, Grofers, Snapdeal, Uber, Swiggy, and Unacademy in addressing regulatory and authorities points, and helped scale their companies.
Karan Virwani, CEO of WeWork India mentioned that he’s completely satisfied to welcome Kohli and Yazbeck at a crucial juncture within the progress journey. “Previously few years WeWork India has grown considerably and confirmed to be a worthwhile and scalable enterprise. Manoj’s expertise in managing and rising companies of scale and charting their exponential progress might be a useful asset for the enterprise in addition to me,” he added.
Kohli has served on the board of trade physique GSMA, chaired the CII Activity Power on Ease of Doing Enterprise, and at present chairs the CII Unicorn Discussion board that goals to draw new tech investments in India. He has constructed companies in 25 international locations throughout the Asia Pacific and Africa areas.
Yazbeck, president & chief working officer of WeWork Inc mentioned that the efficiency of the WeWork India enterprise is a testomony to the energy of the WeWork model and product.
“Flexibility and neighborhood is proving to be a strong mixture and, with a collection of flex area options, WeWork India may be very nicely positioned to satisfy the evolving demand for dynamic workspaces throughout the nation. I’m trying ahead to partnering with the Board as we attempt to attain our shared objectives of long-term, sustainable success,” Yazbeck added.