Nothing appoints former Samsung executive as VP and head of Indian division
India is an important market for many technology companies, so it is no surprise that they are the first destination for expanding their sector. A new business has recently extended its roots in the country and recently announced the appointment of an Indian to lead its Indian subsidiary.
The new official is Manu Sharman, a former Samsung executive. Mr. Sharma will serve as the director of Nothing India in compliance with a report by the Times of India. He will hold the rank of vice president within the organization. Before switching to Zero, he worked as the Product Strategy Manager of Samsung Mobile Electronics.
Carl Pei, the head of OnePlus, said that Mr. Sharma’s experience would contribute to the company’s growth in the Indian market. His primary duties include setting up the India office, managing product strategy, as well as production, distribution and marketing. No smartphone manufacturer has been confirmed to be releasing its first product, a smartphone, this summer. Following our appointment, we foresee, and upon the success of future Nothing products, to launch Nothing products in India. However, once it is understood whether the goods will be domestically generated or imported, only small conclusions can be drawn.