Mohit Anand Left Belkin India

Mohit Anand, CEO of Belkin India has left the organization. The exact reason behind the resignation of Anand is not clear.

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Ms. Geetha KB of Belkin India said,“Belkin as a brand that remains at the top No 2 position. We are only growing upwards. Yes, we did some downsizing of workforce as a part restructuring and also some have left on their own. We treat our employees well and they are our assets. We insist that when employees join us they should give their best, but do not insist that they should be with us forever. If someone wants to leave on their own for their own genuine reasons, we don’t hold them back. It is all part of live-some old people leave the company, new people join and go on. But company lives on.”  She further added also that now-a-days every company is giving special attention towards cost-cutting, so maybe it was one of the reasons.

 

With his vast experience & strong leadership skills, Mohit has played an important role in the growth of Belkin, in the Indian Sub-Continent. Mohit Anand joined Belkin in 2008 and ever since has been instrumental in ensuring that all operations of the company are well managed with the highest level of integrity. It is his vision that has moved Belkin from a start-up to the Market leader in Wireless networking space in India. Under his leadership, Belkin India has successfully established itself across other SAARC nations including Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives and Pakistan as a leading IT peripheral brand.

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