Faaez Samadi
May 15, 2017

Twitter hasn't missed a beat in APAC, says new chief

Maya Hari says APAC continues to be the social network’s growth engine, and things are continuing full steam following the recent departure of former head Aliza Knox.

Maya Hari

Formerly Twitter head of Southeast Asia and India, Maya Hari last month took on the top job at Twitter APAC as managing director after Aliza Knox became the latest senior executive to leave the company. Campaign Asia-Pacific sat down with Hari to discuss the transition, and what her plans are for Twitter APAC.

How are you finding the new role How has it been since Aliza left

It’s been a very...

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