InMobi focuses on expanding its mobile ads workforce

Rating: Appoints award-winning Monisha Tambay as vp for Global People Operations

If you’re the largest independent mobile advertising network – as InMobi claims to be, and your company continues to expand rapidly, then you can’t keep growing without expanding your workforce. Which is why InMobi has created a new vp for Global People Operations. And InMobi seems to have recognised the need for more women in the mobile/cellular industry by appointing Monisha Tambay for this job. Moreover, Monisha has been recognised with two significant awards. She was awarded ‘The Women Super Achiever Award’ at the Asia Pacific HRM Congress Awards in September, 2011.

Plus she was awarded ‘The Women at Work Leadership Award’ at the Rasbic Awards during the World HRD Congress in February 2012 for her work as global head and vp for human resources at Subex.

Monisha’s previous experience includes senior roles at Hewitt Associates, StorageTek, Genpact as well as Subex. Monisha will be based out of Bangalore.

“This is an exciting time for InMobi as it continues its rapid expansion,” commented Naveen Tewari, InMobi’s CEO.

“With over 700 employees, attracting the best talent, and developing our staff is fundamental to the success of our business.”

He added,”Monisha’s previous experience in hiring and retaining top-notch talent will play a significant role in the development and growth of the company.”

The company’s network now offers the ability to reach over 587 Million consumers – in over 165 countries, through several billion daily mobile ad impressions.

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