Bye-Bye Xiaomi! Manu Kumar Jain Quits Company After 9 Years- Read Details Here
Manu Jain quits Xiaomi.
New Delhi: Manu Kumar Jain, Managing Director of Xiaomi India and Global Vice President of Xiaomi quits his post. He unveiled his resignation on Twitter. On the micro-blogging site, he posted "Change is the only constant in life! Last 9 years, I’m lucky to have received so much love that it makes this goodbye so difficult. Thank you all. The end of a journey also marks the beginning of a new one, full of exciting opportunities. Hello to a new adventure! ManuJain".
Change is the only constant in life!
Last 9 years, I’m lucky to have received so much love that it makes this goodbye so difficult. Thank you all.
The end of a journey also marks the beginning of a new one, full of exciting opportunities. Hello to a new adventure!ManuJain pic.twitter.com/sVgahC7zhr Manu Kumar Jain (manukumarjain) January 30, 2023
Jain joined Xiaomi in 2014 and started its India journey.
He was previously known to Xiaomi, which offered him the position of Managing Director and the significant task of bringing Xiaomi to India and launching its operations there.
By establishing Xiaomi the most successful smartphone brand in India in terms of sales, Manu Kumar Jain quickly demonstrated his aptitude for business. He currently serves as Xiaomi's global vice president and managing director for India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka. In terms of overall smartphone sales in India, Xiaomi is currently the top smartphone brand.
Manu Kumar Jain also co-founded Jabong.com. Jabong.com is one of the most popular e-commerce websites of lifestyle and fashion. From the very beginning of his existence, he showed a great deal of interest in learning, particularly about technology.
He began working for Headstrong as a Senior Associate after earning his B.Tech. from IIT Delhi, where he used to write code and provide software solutions for investment banks. He was employed there for two years until quitting in May 2005.
After leaving this position, he began working as a summer intern at Tata Administrative Services, where he helped Tata Tele Services organise their nationwide rural operations. He spent only approximately three months here as an intern before joining McKinsey & Company as an engagement manager in 2007 after earning his PGPM from IIM Calcutta. He spent roughly four years and eight months here until departing in December 2011.