Chopra joined Meta in 2019 and has been serving as its director and head of partnerships in India.
The Director and Head of Partnerships posted a message of his resignation on Tuesday. He additionally mentioned he would help with the transition over the following few weeks.
Chopra posted on LinkedIn: “I’m grateful to the corporate for trusting me with constructing out our efforts to drive development and engagement throughout Fb, Instagram and WhatsApp. I’m tremendous happy with the work the group and I’ve performed to turn out to be an ally for creators and companies across the nation. My heartfelt because of each one in every of you!”
Manish Chopra, Meta’s Director and Head of Partnerships in India, had joined the corporate in January 2019.
He posted on the social media website, “It has been 4.5 years of an unbelievable journey main
The manager mentioned, “I’m grateful to the corporate for trusting me with constructing out our efforts to drive development & engagement throughout Fb, Instagram and WhatsApp. I’m tremendous happy with the work the group and I’ve performed to turn out to be an ally for creators and companies across the nation. My heartfelt thanks to every and everybody one in every of you!”
On the strains of ongoing layoffs within the tech world and within the firm itself, he mentioned, “The latest months have been making an attempt occasions for everybody in so some ways. I do know this group has proven a lot care and has helped one another selflessly. At so many moments in doing one’s best possible, I’ve seen of us embody ‘what would you do, if you weren’t afraid’, and surpass our wildest goals.”
On his new enterprise, he mentioned, “I’ll share extra sooner or later.”
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